[Dxspider-support] EChoning on the login page.
Mike McCarthy, W1NR
lists at w1nr.net
Mon May 7 16:10:54 CEST 2007
> Ok thanks for reply.
> I know this setting in putty but i'm worried about my end users that
> connect with putty.
> It's quite strange that we have such comportment that is (not anormal)
> quite different has "classical" telnet server.
> Most of telnet servers i connect to with putty i do not need to specify
> not echoing..
> It come from the perl library ?
> Best regards
The problem is in the Perl library that handles Telnet. It does not do
negotiations properly. Those "negotiations" which include delete and
newline are not handled properly by Perl.
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