Strange behavior with scp
Sean.Page at epsb.ca
Mon Dec 8 15:14:02 PST 2003
That was it!
From: Jonathan T. Sage [mailto:sagejona at theatre.msu.edu]
Sent: December 8, 2003 4:02 PM
To: 'questions at freebsd.org'
Subject: Re: Strange behavior with scp
Sean Page wrote:
> I just upgraded 2 machines to 4.9p1 and one of them is displaying a rather
> odd behavior.
> When I try to scp a file from said machine, it shows the first line of the
> fortune (the one you see if you, say, log into a shell on the machine) on
> the client end and then it quits. No error is reported in
> or auth.log and no file is transferred.
> Has anyone seen this before? I tried using the same sshd_config as the
> working machine to no avail.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
This is happening because fortune is hijacking the tty. edit your shell
init program to not run fortune on non-interactive shells, or remove it
all together and scp should work fine again.
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