Re: Using mgetty automated callback, and \q
David Wright <D.Wright@open.ac.uk> writes:
> On Fri, 6 Feb 1998, Tim Sailer wrote:
> > Take out the trailing \q.. that turns the echo back on.
> I see. Yes, I think I need the second \q before the ata to resume logging
> real strings.
> However, using just a single \q suppresses the first occurrence but not
> the second, viz.
> Feb 6 18:08:30 here chat: there!login: -- got it
> Feb 6 18:08:30 here chat: send (??????)
> Feb 6 18:08:30 here chat: expect (RING)
> Feb 6 18:08:30 here chat: magic-login-id^M
> Feb 6 18:08:30 here chat: ^M
A \q will only supress anything that chat _sends_ - the second
occurrence of magic-login-id happens because chat is seeing
magic-login-id as the remote machine is sending it back; note the
preceding space - that space is the space the remote machine sends
immediately after sending "login:" - chat is just echoing to the logs
what it's getting from the remote machine. I don't think that there's
anything you can do about that, short of modifying pon to call chat
without the "-v" option, which is probably not advisable. If there's
something you want kept out of the logs, the other machine shouldn't
be echoing it back at you.
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