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SSH'ed into Ubuntu machine on Azure got "TERM environment variable not set" #19

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shanselman opened this Issue Oct 21, 2015 · 4 comments

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shanselman commented Oct 21, 2015

SSH'ed into Ubuntu machine on Azure got "TERM environment variable not set" when running top.

This works fine, of course, with other SSH clients. TERM is set to dumb right now. I exported TERM to xterm and it worked a little, but I can't ctrl-c out of top or htop, and htop has considerable visual corruption.

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jungle-boogie Oct 22, 2015

What's sudo -v do for you? It prints my password in plain text with xterm and/or dumb term.

jungle-boogie commented Oct 22, 2015

What's sudo -v do for you? It prints my password in plain text with xterm and/or dumb term.

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Fxied in new upcoming release. ssh.exe client now is much more function rick and should work better. The client has ANSI/Vt220 support and sets TERM to vt220. sudo showing password is also fixed as ssh client does not do local echo which it was to do before showing everything typed.

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quamrulmina commented Oct 29, 2015

Fxied in new upcoming release. ssh.exe client now is much more function rick and should work better. The client has ANSI/Vt220 support and sets TERM to vt220. sudo showing password is also fixed as ssh client does not do local echo which it was to do before showing everything typed.

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Looking forward to it!

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Fxied in new upcoming release. ssh.exe client now is much more function
rick and should work better. The client has ANSI/Vt220 support and sets
TERM to vt220. sudo showing password is also fixed as ssh client does not
do local echo which it was to do before showing everything typed.


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shanselman commented Oct 29, 2015

Looking forward to it!

On Thu, Oct 29, 2015 at 3:33 PM, quamrulmina notifications@github.com
wrote:

Fxied in new upcoming release. ssh.exe client now is much more function
rick and should work better. The client has ANSI/Vt220 support and sets
TERM to vt220. sudo showing password is also fixed as ssh client does not
do local echo which it was to do before showing everything typed.


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Try the latest release.

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manojampalam commented Nov 11, 2015

Try the latest release.

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