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I got the following message when i was connecting to the remote servers from cygwin:

XXX@XXX-PC ~
$ ssh mis@atlas
Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.
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Do not use cygwin, try rather PuTTY
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Please try ssh -t mis@atlas

If that does'nt work then try ssh -t -t mis@atlas
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