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If you use command line version of sftp client and run ascii -s , you are presented with actual and hint values for local and remote servers.

How are the hint values defaulted?

I see they can be set by the command line using ascii remote_nl_conv local_nl_conv ( as described help ascii ).

However, if that has not been used , where does the default hint setting for remote come from?



sftp> ascii -s

Newline conventions :

Actual :

remote : <not available="">
local : 0xd 0xa

Hints : remote : 0xd 0xa
local : 0xd 0xa

asked Mar 17 '15 at 16:28

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edited Mar 17 '15 at 16:30

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