In message on 07/19/10(10:54:13)
you email@example.com wrote:
|I installed delegate in a RedHat 9 machine as a telnet proxy which allow our teammate
to telnet outside using another tcp port.
|In the meantime, I'll also keep track their work using "tee".
|I'm facing a strange problem, it run smooth in RedHat 9. However, it doesn't work
fine in any newer OS like Fedora, RHEL2-5 or CentOS, it blocked my machine upgrade
|When listing a directory with a lot of file, it'll stuck sometimes.
|In RedHat9, it'll resume simply by pressing "Enter" and the prompt will come out.
|In other OS, the putty screen will no longer valid as no more words comes out on
screen. But the tee output file will still jot down the thing I typed.
|Do you know how to solve it ??
Do you mean you using "tee" as an external filter program of your
DeleGate for Telenet ?
If so, I'm not sure but the standard "tee" program will buffer data for
its output thus it is not appropriate to be applied to a interactive protocol
If you need peeping the command packets over Telenet protocol, you
should use built-in mechanism to do it with the "-vd" option of DeleGate.
9 9 Yutaka Sato http://delegate.org/y.sato/
( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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