Happy webfaction customer for many years. A couple of days ago was migrated from one server to a newer one with CentOS 7 on.
Since then, commands that
Example command and response (stderr is shown):
Same thing happens when I do
Can anyone on here help me understand why this is happening? Seems as if something on Webfaction's server might be mistakenly assuming there is a tty attached (which is not the case for
Thanks for any help. Note: have asked same question of Webfaction support. Will post solution here, in case it helps others, if one is forthcoming.
asked 16 Mar, 11:44
This seems to be the default behavior for the newer version of OpenSSH on our CentOS7 servers - it outputs a warning to let you know that your connection isn't using a TTY. It seems to be triggered by something in the global
If it causes problems for you, you can prevent the message by adding the following line to your
That basically says "if there's no prompt, then don't read the rest of this file".
Hope that helps!
answered 16 Mar, 18:35