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Re: ssh session inherits only some of the parameters in the CYGWIN variable ?!

On Mon, Jul 01, 2002 at 12:44:41PM +0200, Pavel Tsekov wrote:
> CV> ...which is probably the CYGWIN setting when starting sshd.  Note
> CV> that the settings from the client machine are not propagated to
> CV> the server machine...
> Note that the server machine is the same as the client machine :) I
> wouldn't bother otherwise.

Think twice.  It's a server and a client.  None of them cares for
being on the same machine as the other one.

> For the record: If I telnet to the local machine the CYGWIN variable
> is OK.
> The CYGWIN variable is set system wide from the control panel.

Yes, why not?  The telnet server uses CYGWIN from your system
environment while your sshd is probably started by cygrunsrv using
it's own CYGWIN setting from the service entry in the registry.


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