Re: Putty:strange formatting in window output using command file
- From: polypody@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: 1 Dec 2006 08:08:48 -0800
Just a guess but the putty command is running non-interactively so the
TERM variable isn't set. You could try adding the -t switch for putty or
explicitly setting the TERM variable within your command file.
Any reason you are running an old version?
Sheer inertia ;-) I'll try the latest.
Neither -t nor -T had any effect on the output, but thanks for the
suggestion. It's very puzzling, since the actual command that shows up
in the Linux process looks completely innocuous (and if entered in a
regular interactive Putty window, runs fine).
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