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Bug#932281: /usr/bin/ssh: slogin and ssh behave different at starting remote mathematica session

On Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 11:52:50AM +0200, Markus Hetzmannseder wrote:
> I found a problem to start mathematica (version 12.0) on a remote server via slogin-command to do the login an the remote server. As far as i can see the ssh-command and the slogin-command should behave identicall, because slogin is just a symbolic link to ssh.
> How i can reproduce the bug on my network:
> haydn:~ $ ssh offenbach      # ssh login to remote server
> offenbach:~ $ xterm          # X-forward test via simple xterm, xterm opens up
> offenbach:~ $ mathematica    # after closing xterm, startup mathematica version 12.0, working
> offenbach:~ $ exit           # after closing mathematica, logout
> haydn:~ $ slogin offenbach   # ssh login to remote server, now with slogin command
> offenbach:~ $ xterm  	     # xterm working again
> offenbach:~ $ mathematica    # now no mathematica window is coming up and i have to kill the
>                              # hanging mathematica process (its the same with older version 11.3 too)
> I cant see where this difference between ssh and slogin is coming from. I could not find other built in programms from the debian distribution itself to reproduce this.

Please add -vvv to both commands so that we can compare the debugging

Colin Watson                                       [cjwatson@debian.org]

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