Do you have the same problem when you use rsh, telnet or logon via the
console ? If you can successfully echo the '@' symbol via any of these
methods, then get an 'stty -a' output from
that session and your rlogin session and compare the two. My guess is that
the @ symbol is being used as some sort of control character via the rlogin
session - you can use stty(1) in your .cshrc/.profile to change the control
character to something else.
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