Hi,
Thanks for the response.

william estrada wrote:
> Sipos,
>
> Three options:
> 1) A short 'expect' script


This seems easiest for me. I think I will do this for now.

> 2) Modify your login script of the target machine to detect a login
> from your primary PC (env SSH_TTY, SSH_CLIENT, etc.).
> 3) Write your own interface to set the terminal environment.


If this could be implemented easily in the client then it would be nice.
I am not sure how easy it would be to do. I might have a look. If anyone
has any opinions about it, let me know.
>
> I like #2 the best.
>
> William Estrada
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>
>
> Sipos wrote:
>
>>
>> I can fix this by doing stty erase ^? to change the setting after I log
>> in but it is impractical to do this every time. Is it possible to get
>> ssh to propagate the terminal settings from the terminal it is run in to
>> the one started on the remote machine?
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Nick
>>

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