Subject: Re: Odd tty behaviour with telnet/rlogin
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <email@example.com>
Date: 11/18/1994 08:45:17
>>>>> "James" == j grinter <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
James> mathew green sez:
>> never seen it with rlogin, but i've heard weird stories about
>> rlogin lossage and weird *local* tty modes...
James> yes. I rlog'd in to a Sun last night, and got ^A as my eof
I haven't followed this thread, but I can tell where ^A as eof
character normally comes from. On termio systems the slot of c_cc
that determines the eof chacter in icanon mode is overloaded to mean
the VMIN parameter in non icanon mode. This parameter normally is
"1", which corresponds to ASCII ^A. So, if some program goes from
non-canonical to canonical input processing without setting the
eof character it'll remain an ^A, which may be what you were seeing.
I have no idea if this is relevant to this thread, excuse me if I'm
out of line.
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