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© December 2003 (various)

I ssh form SCO Unix to a Linux box and am immediately disconnected

This is probably just the Linux sshd being fussy about your TERM setting. Try "export TERM=ansi" before the ssh.

See also Termcap and Terminfo and Transfer Linux Termcap to SCO.


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