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[Discuss] SCP from STDIN: "-t" option undocumented?

On Thu, Dec 22, 2011 at 4:39 PM, Jerry Feldman <gaf at> wrote:

> This is from rcp(1) that scp is derived from.
> ? ?These options are for internal use only. They tell the
> ? ?remotely-running rcp process (started via the Kerberos remote shell
> ? ?daemon) which direction files are being sent. These options should
> ? ?not be used by the user. In particular, *-f* does *not* mean that
> ? ?the user's Kerberos ticket should be forwarded!

I checked the rcp man page on both CentOS and MacOSX, and neither
had that text in it. No mention of "internal use" in either of them.

Where are you finding that text? Which OS has the man page that includes
that text?

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