Force TTY

olle ollesson bpsr77 at
Sat Dec 17 01:31:33 EST 2005

Hi Darren,

Yes, I've already figured that out but that seems rather lika a workaround 
for a bug than an intentional design. The dokumentation says:

   -t    Forces pseudo-tty allocation. This can be used to exe-
           cute  arbitrary  screen-based  programs  on  a  remote
           machine, which can be very useful, for  example,  when
           implementing menu services.

It doesn't state that you need to give this option twice in order for it to 
have effect. So the question remains, why the if statement?

Best Regards,

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