Suppressing the Environment listing beginning copssh session

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Suppressing the Environment listing beginning copssh session

I successfully installed Copssh on a Windows 7 Ultimate system from the file Copssh_5.4.2_x86_Free_Installer.zip.

I am connecting using public key authentication with a Putty v0.67 client and with MacOS OpenSSH_6.9p1, but I cannot find a way to suppress the listing of the Environment which is sent to stderr before ~/.bashrc or ~/.bash_profile is run.

How can I suppress this dump of the ennvironment? Earlier versions of Copssh didn't do this.

itefix
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It's a kind of unwanted side effect when running the daemon in one concurrent connection mode. We may fix it in the future.

C. Mayo
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Just wanted to add my "me too" to this issue. Copssh is a nice tool and I appreciate that the free version is available, but dumping the environment to the error channel on every connection makes the utility a bit cumbersome to script with.

Me Too :)

We love CopSSH, but this totally broke how we use the tool.  :) 

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It's now been fixed. Please download the free edition 5.4.21 which should fix the problem.

You guys are awesome

The fix worked perfectly. Thanks a lot.  :)