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Re: Password not passing through

Bryan Stansell bryan@conserver.com
Fri, 18 Jan 2008 12:46:10 -0800 (PST)

On Fri, Jan 18, 2008 at 02:25:49PM -0600, Steve Koinm wrote:
> If I run the conssh script with the parameters (/usr/local/bin/conssh  
> 44 cons-2) and put in the password it drops me right in.  If I do a  
> 'console swift' it should be doing the same thing.  But it asks for  
> the password and rejects it.  I've even tried changing passwords so  
> that it is using one that doesn't have special characters in it but  
> that doesn't seem to be it.

things certaily appear ok on the surface.  my gut reaction is that there
might be some issue with the pseudo-tty that gets created and mapping of
cr/lf characters.  i'd probably add an 'stty -a' to the script so you
can see how things are set in your normal shell (when you run it) as
well as within the pseudo-tty of conserver.  if you see anything
"interesting" as far as differences, you could then add those
adjustments to the script.  since you tried simple characters, the only
other thing that pops into my mind is the cr/lf mapping features of

if anything else hits me, i'll email more...