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February 15, 2005, 3:10 pm
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SSH_CLIENT=10.93.0.1 51577 22
SSH_CONNECTION=10.93.0.1 51577 10.93.0.5 22
before my session begins. Where does this list come from? Can I
suppress it? How?
Re: How can I suppress the Environment listing when logging in via ssh?
It's probably generated by your SSH server, which means nobody here
can tell you how to suppress it unless they at least know which
server it is.
I can tell you that I mostly use OpenSSH servers, and I see an
environment display looking much like that but only when I enable
debugging in the server. Is it possible that your server is running
in debug mode?
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