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On Mon, Feb 05, 2001 at 04:18:29PM -0800, Chris Chambers wrote:
> variable. But I haven't heard of explanations for why one NT machine would
> work with the software and another wouldn't.

Can the second machine do something like:

ssh host

to connect to the host (and do things like ls and the like)?

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