On Wed, Sep 06, 2006 at 07:34:57PM +0100, Keir Fraser wrote:
> The echoing comes from the domU itself, unless it's running some kind of
> raw-mode client on the console. A normal getty setup will have
Ah, I see...
> > In any case, I have to admit it hasn't bitten us in practice when
> > using gdb; either gdb is smart enough to handle this on its own or I'm
> > missing something. However, supporting --noecho is still nicer from an
> > aesthetic point of view: compare a console session with and without
> > --noecho and using telnet on the remote side - without it you get
> > everything you write echo'd back at you.
> You mean telnet connected to xenconsole connected to domU? You should run
> the telnet in raw mode. Problem solved.
I assume you mean run the terminal the telnet is running in in raw
mode, via 'stty raw'? if yes, it doesn't work, neither with telnet nor
with nc. In any case, since we don't need it for gdb, I'll split
'noecho' out and resubmit. Thanks for the comments!
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