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November 22, 2004, 1:51 am
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I've searched on google but am not sure how to word the query ...
I encounter an odd phenomenon when I ssh into a LFS box and
su - ... I don't get roots path, and the path that's beign set is not
the one of the user I sshed in as, either. It contains /usr/ucb ...
Why am I asking here? Because the problem doesn't occur when
I log in via telnet.
Re: Odd environment ($PATH)
What SSH implementation and version are you using? Which shells, with
which startup scripts?
As a general rule, for self-built systems you're on your own, since
literally *anything* could be the problem.
Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip.com.au)
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