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Re: problem with a ssh server under cygwin
On Wed, Jul 24, 2002 at 02:59:08PM +0200, Frank-Michael Moser wrote:
You should try to figure out why your $PATH is corrupted. It must
contain the Windows specifc paths, otherwise loading system DLLs
fail as is the case on your system. Just FYI, I'm using sshd myself
on a daily basis and I don't have this problem (and you can bet which
version I'm using).
sshd contains a Cygwin specifc code snippet which keeps the content
of the environment given to it while on other systems the environment
is reduced to a minimum before calling the child process.
> What I noticed beside. When not installing sshd with ntsec (of course
> public key authentification does not work) I'm able to login by typing
> my password. At least my wsock32-problem actually seems to be related to
> public key authentification.
Which is what I'm using all the time... and still, it works for me.
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