Wed Dec 29 07:25:00 GMT 2004
On Tue, Dec 28, 2004 at 10:26:53PM -0800, cluenek wrote:
>I cannot login into a sybase server using isql on the
>cygwin bash command line. Basically it hangs. The
>error is below. I am able to isql into the sybase
>server using cmd.exe. I haven't found any info. on
>this, so I thought I'd give this newsgroup a try.
>When not using -V and trying to login using "isql
>-Ulearn -SLEARN", I am prompted for the password.
>When entering the password, it displays in clear text
>and then hangs.
>$ isql -Ulearn -SLEARN
>$ isql -Ulearn -SLEARN -V
> ct_con_props(SET): security service layer:
>internal security control layer error: Unable to find
>SCL entry in configuration file.
>Windows XP Pro
>Cygwin is current.
>my cygwin-rxvt.bat file contains the below:
>set CYGWIN=netsec tty glob server
>rxvt.exe -C -sl 500 -sr -si -geometry 90x30 -fn
>"courier" -bg black -fg green -e /bin/bash --login -i
>I have no idea what to check for now. I think it has
>something to do with tty, but not sure.
Sybase is not a cygwin program. It does not understand cygwin ptys.
There is nothing that can be done about this in cygwin. If there is a
solution it would be in the sybase documentation.
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