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RE: no output from net.exe

One option for programs like this is to use ttyfier, by Egor Duda.

Ttyfier has a few outstanding issues.  I think Egor's moved on to bigger and
better things, but in its standard form it does what you need (maybe).  I
have a patched version that expands ttyfier past it's 80x25 version.  Email
me if you want it.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alex BATKO []
> Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2002 1:04 PM
> To:
> Subject: no output from net.exe
> When I am logged into my windows machine via ssh, I cannot redirect
> the output of the command net.exe into a file, nor capture the output
> in an array (within a perl script).
> On the other hand, executing `net.exe group >> zzz` from the cygwin
> bash shell, and from windows', works just as expected.
> I have written to this list in the past (regarding this topic), but
> the response I was given is that this is a "feature" of the program
> net.exe (, and to
> overcome this problem, I should start my ssh session via inetd, after
> applying a particular patch:
> I have started ssh via inted, but it's incredibly slow to establish
> connections - so I have opted against it.
> I am wondering if anyone else has ran into this problem, and was able
> to overcome it in a way other then by starting ssh from inetd.
> Thank you for your time.
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