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Re: SSH Environment
OK, I tested the app without any cygwin installation and then SSH uses
that HOME environment variable I set when starting it. So far so good.
However, I would like to change the behaviour of SSH to first use that
HOME variable. What and where are the relevant code elements? Or is this
too dangerous in order to break other things?
> On Sep 29 02:17, Brian Dessent wrote:
>> "David E. Meier" wrote:
>> > I try the running ssh client with only the required dll's from a .net
>> > application and without a full cygwin installation. Basically that
>> > fine.
>> SSH looks in /etc/passwd for the user's home directory, I believe. It
> Don't believe. Test and know!
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