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Tcgetattr: Inappropriate ioctl for device

Hi,


Code:
ssh -q -t -l $usr $host bin/test.sh

I am using above command to run script remotely. script is working without any issues. but I am getting "tcgetattr: Inappropriate ioctl for device" message on console.
plz help how can I avoid this message.

Thanks

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Moved thread from Emergency Forum. This can hardly be considered an "emergency"

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Try it with a upper case -T instead of a lower case -t.
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