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Re: net/mosh: confusing MESSAGE?
cvs log tells me I added the MESSAGE file when I imported the package.
I'm not well-placed to speak to how confusing it is, and I think I
must have added it because I was unsure of how to set it up, and
didn't find details easy to come by.
If you find the message is confusing, please feel free to delete it.
On 29 May 2017 at 10:52, Benny Siegert <bsiegert%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
> When installing net/mosh, the following message appears:
> $NetBSD: MESSAGE,v 188.8.131.52 2012/07/20 03:15:29 agc Exp $
> To invoke the server, you need to use a UTF-8 character set, and
> a hard-coded string of "new" (to make mosh-server use getopt). e.g.
> % env LC_CTYPE="en_US.UTF-8" mosh-server new -i 192.168.98.130
> MOSH CONNECT 60001 2zDOoujUVJ1AW4YFYw36sg
> and to connect to that server, the invocation is
> % env LC_CTYPE="en_US.UTF-8" MOSH_KEY=2zDOoujUVJ1AW4YFYw36sg \
> mosh-client 192.168.98.130 60001
> Please note that this package uses UDP, and so packets may be filtered
> in certain environments.
> I feel like this message is more confusing than anything else. AIUI, the intended use of mosh is as a drop-in replacement of ssh, i.e. you run „mosh hostname“. This logs in via ssh and sets up the server connection.
> How about just removing the message?
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