SSH servers have a common way of sending the results of your
commands through Standard Output (STDOUT). These results are
redirected to wodSSH and fired through events so that
applications can consume them. However, servers also
provide a way of sending additional (error messages) through
Standard Error (STDERR) which is, by default, ignored by
wodSSH. If you also want to receive such messages, you
should set this property to True.
For example, when you login to a remote server, most of
them send your basic environment information through
STDERR. If you set this property to true before connecting,
you will receive this information.