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RE: Activity of the $HOME/.kshrc



Glad to discuss with you again.

>You probably mean Red Hat Enterprise, not Red Hat.  
You are right. It should be "Red Hat Enterprise Linux".

>Check the user's shell and make sure it's actually ksh.
It is ksh:
Localhost$ ssh server1 echo $SHELL
/usr/bin/ksh
Localhost$ ssh server2 echo $SHELL
/usr/bin/ksh

Jialing

-----Original Message-----
From: Greg Wooledge [mailto:wooledg@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2009 10:56 AM
To: Jialing Liang
Cc: secureshell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Activity of the $HOME/.kshrc

On Wed, Mar 04, 2009 at 04:38:18PM -0700, Jialing Liang wrote:
> I have ssh login to two Linux - Openssh server. They share one $Home
> directory. server1 runs Redhat 3 with Openssh 3.6.1 and sever2 runs
> Redhat 5 with Openssh 4.3

You probably mean Red Hat Enterprise, not Red Hat.  Red Hat 5.x
(December
1997) is unlikely to have such a new version of OpenSSH, and Red Hat 3.x
is pretty ancient (May 1996).

> The problem is: If I type "ssh server1 set" in a local host it shows
the
> variable defined in $HOME/.kshrc. However, the "ssh server2 set" does
> not show the variable defined in the same $HOME/.kshrc file.

Check the user's shell and make sure it's actually ksh.

> $ cat $HOME/.ssh/environment
> ENV=$HOME/.kshrc

If the user's shell is (for example) bash or sh or csh, this variable
won't have any effect.


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