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Re: svn+ssh error

From: Vincent Lefevre <vincent+svn_at_vinc17.org>
Date: 2006-06-23 14:37:26 CEST

On 2006-06-21 03:38:35 -0700, Jamie D wrote:
> Ahh, I just noticed something extra, the command does actually work,
> but I have to type in my password twice and I get the two error
> messages. Before I was hitting Ctrl+C after the first message. This is
> the full output I get:
> user@server.co.uk's password:
> stdin: is not a tty
> user@server.co.uk's password:
> stdin: is not a tty
> test
> "test" is the test file I imported to the repository. Any ideas why I
> am getting the "stdin: is not a tty" message and [...]?

Check your rc files. I had a similar problem in the past, because I
call the tput command from my .zshenv file (to set some environment
variable). I was wondering where the error message came from as I
just got:

No value for $TERM and no -T specified

Then I reported the bug, and now it is clear:

tput: No value for $TERM and no -T specified

If this is a command like here, you can redirect stderr to /dev/null.

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