Michael Turley said the following on Tue, Mar 20, 2001 at 07:36:33AM -0800,
> I checked the paths and they looked fine but I ran a
> 'which scp' on both machines (as the relevant users)
> and the only thing that I could see is the server
> version had scp in /usr/local/bin wheras my local
> machine has it installed in /usr/bin/.
This is almost certainly the problem though. Make sure that whatever shell
your user is using has the PATH set in a place that will be called even if
the shell is not interactive. sshrc perhaps. (If you've got to the stage
that you can run 'which scp', then it's interactive).
Jerry Connolly Computer Incident Response Team
jerry.connolly at eircom.net Eircom Multimedia
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