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Link to this post 14 Oct 10

Hi, I've been recently implementing a program that will access incoming data by forwarding data from an ip address to a local port and gathering that data, using these commands.

ssh -l ec34 -L 12345:127.0.0.1:10237 192.101.77.209 -n

Unfortunately this command takes up the command line, and when i add a '&' to it, I get the error:

Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.

A wise friend of mine suggested looking into Environment Variables and modify one. I used the code:

foreach $key (sort keys(%ENV)) {
print "$key = $ENV{$key}<p>\n";
}

To display these variables, but found nothing I felt I could use against this error. I'm thinking I may be missing a parameter in the `ssh...` command once I have added an ampersand & to it, or I have now confused it into thinking it's going to output into standard in (possibly as a default for the background), and I dont know why. Does anyone know how I can connect this data to a local port behind the scenes?

Link to this post 14 Oct 10

You will get better responses for your answer if you post it the "Command line" and "Networking" thread.

Link to this post 15 Oct 10

Thanks. I'll re-post this thread there, and get rid of this one.

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