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/* client.c
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 *
 * $Id$ */

/* lsh, an implementation of the ssh protocol
 *
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 * Copyright (C) 1998, 1999, 2000 Niels Mller
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 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
 * modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
 * published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the
 * License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
 * WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
 * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU
 * General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
 * along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
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 * Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307  USA
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 */

#include "client.h"
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#include "abstract_io.h"
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#include "channel.h"
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#include "channel_commands.h"
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#include "connection.h"
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#include "format.h"
#include "interact.h"
#include "io.h"
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#include "pad.h"
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#include "parse.h"
#include "ssh.h"
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#include "suspend.h"
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#include "tcpforward_commands.h"
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#include "translate_signal.h"
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#include "werror.h"
#include "xalloc.h"
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#include <string.h>
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#include <assert.h>
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#include <signal.h>

#if HAVE_UNISTD_H
#include <unistd.h>
#endif

#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <fcntl.h>

#include "lsh_argp.h"

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#define GABA_DEFINE
#include "client.h.x"
#undef GABA_DEFINE

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#include "client.c.x"

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#define DEFAULT_ESCAPE_CHAR '~'

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static struct lsh_string *
format_service_request(int name)
{
  return ssh_format("%c%a", SSH_MSG_SERVICE_REQUEST, name);
}

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/* Start a service that the server has accepted (for instance
 * ssh-userauth). */
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/* GABA:
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   (class
     (name accept_service_handler)
     (super packet_handler)
     (vars
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       (service . int)
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       (c object command_continuation)
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       ;; FIXME: Do we really need the exception handler here?
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       (e object exception_handler)))
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*/

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static void
do_accept_service(struct packet_handler *c,
		  struct ssh_connection *connection,
		  struct lsh_string *packet)
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{
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  CAST(accept_service_handler, closure, c);
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  struct simple_buffer buffer;
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  unsigned msg_number;
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  int name;
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  simple_buffer_init(&buffer, packet->length, packet->data);
  
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  if (parse_uint8(&buffer, &msg_number)
      && (msg_number == SSH_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT)
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      && (
#if DATAFELLOWS_WORKAROUNDS
	  (connection->peer_flags & PEER_SERVICE_ACCEPT_KLUDGE)
#else
	  0
#endif
	  || (parse_atom(&buffer, &name)
	      && (name == closure->service)))
      && parse_eod(&buffer))
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    {
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      connection->dispatch[SSH_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT] = &connection_fail_handler;
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      COMMAND_RETURN(closure->c, connection);
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    }
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  else
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    PROTOCOL_ERROR(closure->e, "Invalid SSH_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT message");
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struct packet_handler *
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make_accept_service_handler(UINT32 service,
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			    struct command_continuation *c,
			    struct exception_handler *e)
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  NEW(accept_service_handler, closure);
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  closure->super.handler = do_accept_service;
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  closure->service = service;
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  closure->c = c;
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  closure->e = e;
  
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  return &closure->super;
}

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void
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do_request_service(struct command *s,
		   struct lsh_object *x,
		   struct command_continuation *c,
		   struct exception_handler *e)
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  CAST(request_service, self, s);
  CAST(ssh_connection, connection, x);
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  connection->dispatch[SSH_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT]
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    = make_accept_service_handler(self->service, c, e);
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  C_WRITE(connection,
	  format_service_request(self->service));
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struct command *
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  closure->service = service;

  return &closure->super;
}

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/* GABA:
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   (class
     (name exit_handler)
     (super channel_request)
     (vars
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       (exit_status . "int *")))
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*/

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static void
do_exit_status(struct channel_request *c,
	       struct ssh_channel *channel,
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	       struct channel_request_info *info,
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	       struct simple_buffer *args,
	       struct command_continuation *s,
	       struct exception_handler *e)
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  UINT32 status;
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  if (!info->want_reply
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      && parse_uint32(args, &status)
      && parse_eod(args))
    {
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      verbose("client.c: Receiving exit-status %i on channel %i\n",
	      status, channel->channel_number);
      
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      *closure->exit_status = status;

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      ALIST_SET(channel->request_types, ATOM_EXIT_STATUS, NULL);
      ALIST_SET(channel->request_types, ATOM_EXIT_SIGNAL, NULL);
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      COMMAND_RETURN(s, NULL);
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    }
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  else
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    PROTOCOL_ERROR(e, "Invalid exit-status message");
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}

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static void
do_exit_signal(struct channel_request *c,
	       struct ssh_channel *channel,
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	       struct command_continuation *s,
	       struct exception_handler *e)
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  int core;

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  const UINT8 *msg;
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  const UINT8 *language;
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  UINT32 language_length;
  
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      && parse_boolean(args, &core)
      && parse_string(args, &length, &msg)
      && parse_string(args, &language_length, &language)
      && parse_eod(args))
    {
      /* FIXME: What exit status should be returned when the remote
       * process dies violently? */

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      ALIST_SET(channel->request_types, ATOM_EXIT_SIGNAL, NULL);
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struct channel_request *
make_handle_exit_status(int *exit_status)
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  self->super.handler = do_exit_status;

  self->exit_status = exit_status;

  return &self->super;
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struct channel_request *
make_handle_exit_signal(int *exit_status)
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  self->super.handler = do_exit_signal;

  self->exit_status = exit_status;

  return &self->super;
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/* GABA:
   (class
     (name session_open_command)
     (super channel_open_command)
     (vars
       ; This command can only be executed once,
       ; so we can allocate the session object in advance.
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*/

static struct ssh_channel *
new_session(struct channel_open_command *s,
	    struct ssh_connection *connection,
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	    struct lsh_string **request)
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  CAST(session_open_command, self, s);
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  self->session = NULL;

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  NEW(session_open_command, self);
  self->super.super.call = do_channel_open_command;
  self->super.new_channel = new_session;
  self->session = session;
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  return &self->super.super;
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static struct lsh_string *
do_format_shell_request(struct channel_request_command *s UNUSED,
			struct ssh_channel *channel,
			struct command_continuation **c)
{
  return format_channel_request(ATOM_SHELL, channel, !!*c, "");
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{ { STATIC_HEADER, do_channel_request_command }, do_format_shell_request };
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/* GABA:
   (class
     (name exec_request)
     (super channel_request_command)
     (vars
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*/

static struct lsh_string *
do_format_exec_request(struct channel_request_command *s,
		       struct ssh_channel *channel,
		       struct command_continuation **c)
{
  CAST(exec_request, self, s);

  verbose("lsh: Requesting remote exec.\n");

  return format_channel_request(ATOM_EXEC, channel,
				!!*c, "%S", self->command);
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struct command *
make_exec_request(struct lsh_string *command)
{
  NEW(exec_request, req);

  req->super.format_request = do_format_exec_request;
  req->super.super.call = do_channel_request_command;
  req->command = command;

  return &req->super.super;
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/* Handling of options and operations shared by the plain lsh client
   and lshg. */

/* Forward declaration */

static struct ssh_channel *
make_client_session(struct client_options *options);

/* Block size for stdout and stderr buffers */
#define BLOCK_SIZE 32768

/* Window size for the session channel
 *
 * NOTE: Large windows seem to trig a bug in sshd2. */
#define WINDOW_SIZE 10000

#define ARG_NOT 0x400

#define OPT_STDIN 0x210
#define OPT_STDOUT 0x211
#define OPT_STDERR 0x212

#define OPT_FORK_STDIO 0x213

void
init_client_options(struct client_options *self,
		    struct io_backend *backend,
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		    int *exit_code)			 
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  self->exit_code = exit_code;
  
  self->not = 0;
  self->port = "ssh";
  self->remote = NULL;

  self->local_user = self->user = getenv("LOGNAME");

  self->with_remote_peers = 0; 
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  self->used_stdin = 0;
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  object_queue_init(&self->actions);  
}

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DEFINE_COMMAND(client_options2remote)
     (struct command *s UNUSED,
      struct lsh_object *a,
      struct command_continuation *c,
      struct exception_handler *e UNUSED)
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  CAST_SUBTYPE(client_options, options, a);
  trace("client.c: client_options2remote\n");
  
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     (struct command *s UNUSED,
      struct lsh_object *a,
      struct command_continuation *c,
      struct exception_handler *e UNUSED)
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  CAST_SUBTYPE(client_options, options, a);

  trace("client.c: client_options2actions, %i actions\n",
	options->actions.length);
  
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}

static const struct argp_option
client_options[] =
{
  /* Name, key, arg-name, flags, doc, group */
  { "port", 'p', "Port", 0, "Connect to this port.", 0 },
  { "user", 'l', "User name", 0, "Login as this user.", 0 },

  { NULL, 0, NULL, 0, "Actions:", CLIENT_ARGP_ACTION_GROUP },
  { "forward-local-port", 'L', "local-port:target-host:target-port", 0, "", 0 },
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  { "nop", 'N', NULL, 0, "No operation (suppresses the default action, "
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  { "execute", 'E', "command", 0, "Execute a command on the remote machine", 0 },
  { "shell", 'S', "command", 0, "Spawn a remote shell", 0 },
  /* { "gateway", 'G', NULL, 0, "Setup a local gateway", 0 }, */
  { NULL, 0, NULL, 0, "Universal not:", 0 },
  { "no", 'n', NULL, 0, "Inverts the effect of the next modifier", 0 },

  { NULL, 0, NULL, 0, "Modifiers that apply to port forwarding:",
    CLIENT_ARGP_MODIFIER_GROUP - 10 },
  { "remote-peers", 'g', NULL, 0, "Allow remote access to forwarded ports", 0 },
  { "no-remote-peers", 'g' | ARG_NOT, NULL, 0, 
    "Disallow remote access to forwarded ports (default).", 0 },

  { NULL, 0, NULL, 0, "Modifiers that apply to remote execution:", 0 },
  { "stdin", OPT_STDIN, "Filename", 0, "Redirect stdin", 0},
  { "no-stdin", OPT_STDIN | ARG_NOT, NULL, 0, "Redirect stdin from /dev/null", 0}, 
  { "stdout", OPT_STDOUT, "Filename", 0, "Redirect stdout", 0},
  { "no-stdout", OPT_STDOUT | ARG_NOT, NULL, 0, "Redirect stdout to /dev/null", 0}, 
  { "stderr", OPT_STDERR, "Filename", 0, "Redirect stderr", 0},
  { "no-stderr", OPT_STDERR | ARG_NOT, NULL, 0, "Redirect stderr to /dev/null", 0}, 
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    "non-blocking mode. If no argument is provided, the workaround is "
    "applied to all three file descriptors. By default, the workaround "
    "is applied to stderr only.", 0 },
  { "no-cvs-workaround", OPT_FORK_STDIO | ARG_NOT, NULL, 0,
    "Disable the cvs workaround.", 0 },
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  /* FIXME: Perhaps this should be moved from client.c to lsh.c? It
   * doesn't work with lshg. Or perhaps that can be fixed?
   * About the same problem applies to -R. */
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  { "pty", 't', NULL, 0, "Request a remote pty (default).", 0 },
  { "no-pty", 't' | ARG_NOT, NULL, 0, "Don't request a remote pty.", 0 },
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    "Default is to use `~' if we have a tty, otherwise none.", 0 },
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  { NULL, 0, NULL, 0, NULL, 0 }
};


/* GABA:
   (expr
     (name make_start_session)
     (params
       (open_session object command)
       (requests object object_list))
     (expr (lambda (connection)
       ((progn requests)
         ; Create a "session" channel
         (open_session connection)))))
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/* Requests a shell or command, and connects the channel to our stdio. */
/* GABA:
   (expr
     (name client_start_session)
     (params
       (request object command))
     (expr
       (lambda (session)
          (client_start_io (request session)))))
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static struct command *
make_client_start_session(struct command *request)
{
  CAST_SUBTYPE(command, r, client_start_session(request));
  return r;
}

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client_maybe_pty(struct client_options *options,
		 struct object_queue *q)
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{
#if WITH_PTY_SUPPORT
  if (options->with_pty && !options->used_pty)
    {
      options->used_pty = 1;
      
      if (options->tty && INTERACT_IS_TTY(options->tty))
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	  if (get_pty)
	    object_queue_add_tail(q,
				  /* Ignore EXC_CHANNEL_REQUEST for the pty allocation call. */
				  &make_catch_apply
				  (make_catch_handler_info(EXC_ALL, EXC_CHANNEL_REQUEST,
							   0, NULL),
				   get_pty)->super);
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	    werror("lsh: Can't use tty (probably getattr or atexit failed).\n");
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	werror("lsh: No tty available.\n");
    }
#endif
}

static void
client_maybe_x11(struct client_options *options,
		 struct object_queue *q)
{
  if (options->with_x11)
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	    {
	      object_queue_add_tail(q, &request->super);
	      options->used_x11 = 1;
	    }
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/* Create an interactive session */
static struct command *
client_shell_session(struct client_options *options)
{
  struct ssh_channel *session = make_client_session(options);
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    {
      struct object_queue session_requests;
    
      object_queue_init(&session_requests);
  
      client_maybe_pty(options, &session_requests);
      client_maybe_x11(options, &session_requests);
  
      object_queue_add_tail(&session_requests,
			    &make_client_start_session(&request_shell.super)->super);
  
      {
	CAST_SUBTYPE(command, r,
		     make_start_session
		     (make_open_session_command(session),
		      queue_to_list_and_kill(&session_requests)));
	return r;
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}

/* Create a session executing a command line */
static struct command *
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      struct object_queue session_requests;
    
      object_queue_init(&session_requests);
  
      /* NOTE: Doesn't ask for a pty. That's traditional behaviour,
       * although perhaps not the Right Thing. */
      
      client_maybe_x11(options, &session_requests);

      object_queue_add_tail(&session_requests,
			    &make_client_start_session(make_exec_request(command))->super);
      {
	CAST_SUBTYPE(command, r,
		     make_start_session
		     (make_open_session_command(session),
		      queue_to_list_and_kill(&session_requests)));
	return r;
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struct command *
client_add_action(struct client_options *options,
		  struct command *action)
{
  if (action)
    object_queue_add_tail(&options->actions, &action->super);

  return action;
}

/* NOTE: Some of the original quoting is lost here. */
static struct lsh_string *
rebuild_command_line(unsigned argc, char **argv)
{
  unsigned length;
  unsigned i;
  unsigned pos;
  struct lsh_string *r;
  unsigned *alengths = alloca(sizeof(unsigned) * argc);
  
  assert (argc);
  length = argc - 1; /* Number of separating spaces. */

  for (i = 0; i<argc; i++)
    {
      alengths[i] = strlen(argv[i]);
      length += alengths[i];
    }

  r = lsh_string_alloc(length);
  memcpy(r->data, argv[0], alengths[0]);
  pos = alengths[0];
  for (i = 1; i<argc; i++)
    {
      r->data[pos++] = ' ';
      memcpy(r->data + pos, argv[i], alengths[i]);
      pos += alengths[i];
    }

  assert(pos == r->length);

  return r;
}

static int
fork_input(int in)
{
  /* pipe[0] for reading, pipe[1] for writing. */
  int pipe[2];

  if (!lsh_make_pipe(pipe))
    return -1;

  switch (fork())
    {
    case -1:
      /* Error */
      return -1;
    case 0:
      close(pipe[0]);
      if (lsh_copy_file(in, pipe[1]))
	_exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
      else
	_exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
    default:
      /* Parent */
      close(pipe[1]);
      return pipe[0];
    }
}

static int
fork_output(int out)
{
  /* pipe[0] for reading, pipe[1] for writing. */
  int pipe[2];

  if (!lsh_make_pipe(pipe))
    return -1;

  switch (fork())
    {
    case -1:
      /* Error */
      return -1;
    case 0:
      close(pipe[1]);
      if (lsh_copy_file(pipe[0], out))
	_exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
      else
	_exit(EXIT_FAILURE);
    default:
      /* Parent */
      close(pipe[0]);
      return pipe[1];
    }
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/* A callback that exits the process immediately. */
static void
do_exit(struct lsh_callback *self UNUSED)
{
  exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
}

/* FIXME: Use const? */
static struct lsh_callback
exit_callback = { STATIC_HEADER, do_exit };

DEFINE_COMMAND(background_process)
     (struct command *s UNUSED,
      struct lsh_object *a,
      struct command_continuation *c,
      struct exception_handler *e UNUSED)
{
  switch (fork())
    {
    case 0:
      /* Child */
      /* FIXME: Should we create a new process group, close our tty
       * and stdio, etc? */
      COMMAND_RETURN(c, a);
      break;
    case -1:
      /* Error */
      werror("background_process: fork failed (errno = %i): %z\n",
	     errno, STRERROR(errno));
      COMMAND_RETURN(c, a);
      break;
    default:
      /* Parent */
      _exit(EXIT_SUCCESS);
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/* Create a session object. stdout and stderr are shared (although
 * with independent lsh_fd objects). stdin can be used by only one
 * session (until something "session-control"/"job-control" is added).
 * */
static struct ssh_channel *
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  /* Attach the escape char handler, if appropriate. */
  if (options->escape > 0)
    {
      verbose("Enabling explicit escape character `%pc'\n",
	      options->escape);
      escape = make_escape_info(options->escape);
    }
  else if ( (options->escape < 0) && is_tty)
    {
      verbose("Enabling default escape character `%pc'\n",
	      DEFAULT_ESCAPE_CHAR);
      escape = make_escape_info(DEFAULT_ESCAPE_CHAR);
    }
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      /* Bind ^Z to suspend. */
      escape->dispatch[26] = &suspend_callback;
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  debug("lsh.c: Setting up stdout\n");

  if (options->stdout_file)
    out = open(options->stdout_file, O_WRONLY | O_CREAT, 0666);
  else if (options->stdout_fork)
    out = fork_output(STDOUT_FILENO);
  else
    out = dup(STDOUT_FILENO);

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    {
      werror("lsh: Can't dup/open stdout (errno = %i): %z!\n",
	     errno, strerror(errno));
      close(in);
      return NULL;
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  debug("lsh.c: Setting up stderr\n");
  
  if (options->stderr_file)
    err = open(options->stderr_file, O_WRONLY | O_CREAT, 0666);
  else if (options->stderr_fork)
    err = fork_output(STDERR_FILENO);
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      close(out);
      return NULL;
    }

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/* Parse the argument for -R and -L */
int
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			 UINT32 *listen_port,
			 struct address_info **target)
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  second = strchr(first + 1, ':');
  if (!second || (second == first + 1))
    return 0;

  if (strchr(second + 1, ':'))
    return 0;

  port = strtol(arg, &end, 0);
  if ( (end == arg)  || (end != first)
       || (port < 0) || (port > 0xffff) )
    return 0;

  *listen_port = port;

  port = strtol(second + 1, &end, 0);
  if ( (end == second + 1) || (*end != '\0')
       || (port < 0) || (port > 0xffff) )
    return 0;

  *target = make_address_info(ssh_format("%ls", second - first - 1, first + 1), port);
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#define CASE_ARG(opt, attr, none)		\
  case opt:					\
    if (options->not)				\
      {						\
        options->not = 0;			\
						\
      case opt | ARG_NOT:			\
        options->attr = none;			\
        break;					\
      }						\
      						\
    options->attr = arg;			\
    break

#define CASE_FLAG(opt, flag)			\
  case opt:					\
    if (options->not)				\
      {						\
        options->not = 0;			\
						\
      case opt | ARG_NOT:			\
        options->flag = 0;			\
        break;					\
      }						\
      						\
    options->flag = 1;				\
    break

static error_t
client_argp_parser(int key, char *arg, struct argp_state *state)
{
  CAST_SUBTYPE(client_options, options, state->input);

  switch(key)
    {
    default:
      return ARGP_ERR_UNKNOWN;
    case ARGP_KEY_NO_ARGS:
      argp_usage(state);
      break;
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	  if (options->port)
	    options->remote = make_address_info_c(arg, options->port, 0);
	  else
	    options->remote = make_address_info_c(arg, "ssh", 22);
	  
	  if (!options->remote)
	    argp_error(state, "Invalid port or service '%s'.", options->port);

	  break;
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