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terminal echo problem



>>>>> "Jim" == Jim Rebman <seamus@cs.colorado.edu> writes:

    Jim> Folks, I am connecting to a server on our
    Jim> department network using ssh and notice that every
    Jim> command I type at the shell prompt is echoed with a
    Jim> ^m at the end before the command actually executes.
this is due to stty settings 
type 
stty -onlcr 
(or it might be stty -ocrnl)

    Jim> Is this due to the fact that I may be running 2
    Jim> shells -- 1 local and one on the remote machine?
see above 

    Jim> I assume that that if this is the case, then using
    Jim> the remote speech server setup will solve it?
remote speech server may not help because 
I've myself never run it over an ssh connection --


    Jim> Thanks,

    Jim> -- Jim

    Jim> --------------------------- James A. Rebman

    Jim> Center for Life-Long Learning and Design (L3D)
    Jim> Department of Computer Science College of
    Jim> Engineering and Applied Science University of
    Jim> Colorado, Boulder

    Jim> "In times of change, the learners will inherit the
    Jim> earth, while the learned will find themselves
    Jim> beautifully equipped for a world that no longer
    Jim> exists."

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--raman

      
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