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New line handling in a server


I'm developing a CLI using an ssh server, and everything works as expected, except for the new line character.

I experience that my client (ssh) sends \n as newline character, but also the client requires \r\n to have proper new line when receiving text. Otherwise I get something like this:

This is a
          new line, and

This is strange, because if I use the same client, and login to a linux server, and I test for \n it works as expected:

$ echo -e "Test \n for newline"
 for newline

Are there any settings in libssh to make my client interpret \n as new line like in my ssh session?


Levente Kovacs
Senior Electronic Engineer

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