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ssh putty problem with tty /dev/pts/0

 
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Mark Nieuwboer
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ssh putty problem with tty /dev/pts/0

Hi,

I have a problem with the configuration of putty and ssh.
I'm on hp-ux 11.00 and ssh version A.03.81.002
If i open the first session with putty to my server it gets the tty /dev/pty/0, after that if i do a man our vi i don't see anything aceept the last line.
If i open a second connection it's get the tty /dev/pty/1 i have no problem.
also no problem with telnet because that get the tty /dev/pty/td.
profile en term are correct.

please help
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: ssh putty problem with tty /dev/pts/0

Shalom Mark,

I suggest removing manually the bad ptty with rm or rmsf.

Then

insf -e

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Mark Nieuwboer
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Re: ssh putty problem with tty /dev/pts/0

Thanx Steven,

it did the trick. i was thinking a whole different direction.

grtz. mark