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RE: ssh under windows 2003 server
- From: "Cary Lewis" <CLewis at mobilecom dot com>
- To: "Greg Morgan" <drkludge at cox dot net>, <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2004 09:24:11 -0400
- Subject: RE: ssh under windows 2003 server
I appreciate the feedback, I tried the -r option but it does not work:
The sshd service does not start at all!
Cygwin DLL version info:
DLL version: 1.5.10
DLL epoch: 19
DLL bad signal mask: 19005
DLL old termios: 5
DLL malloc env: 28
API major: 0
API minor: 116
Shared data: 4
DLL identifier: cygwin1
Mount registry: 2
Cygnus registry name: Cygnus Solutions
Cygwin registry name: Cygwin
Program options name: Program Options
Cygwin mount registry name: mounts v2
Cygdrive flags: cygdrive flags
Cygdrive prefix: cygdrive prefix
Cygdrive default prefix:
Build date: Tue May 25 22:07:00 EDT 2004
CVS tag: cr-0x5e6
Shared id: cygwin1S4
Greg Morgan <drkludge <at> cox.net> writes:
Again, adding sshd_user to administrators group allows auto logon, but
groups that I see via the id command is not same as before sshing into
the box, nor the same if I do a manual login by typing in the password.
From: Greg Morgan [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 12:39 AM
Cc: Cary Lewis
Subject: Re: ssh under windows 2003 server
Cary Lewis wrote:
>>I am ssh installed on a win 2003 server.
>>If I login in with authorized_keys set to allow auto-logins, I get the
>>fanfare, and welcome message, but then I am immediately logged out.
>>If I remove authorized_keys and I am prompted for password, I can log
>>and use the shell normally.
>>Can someone shed some light on this?
I believe you needed to fix this problem above before you tried using
ssh to your box. I don't know if the others saw your first message on
the list before they saw your tape drive and ssh problem. Would you
please reply to the list with both your cygwin.dll version and the
openssh version that you are using? Depending on your the versions of
these programs, and that you just installed ssh, you may be experiencing
the privilege separation problem. Additional information is located
here, if your versions match.
>> ssh - no access to /dev/st0
>>I have a SCSI tape drive, and I can use tar to create archives on it:
>>tar cvf /dev/st0 /bin
>>tar tvf /dev/st0
>>but if I try to ssh into my cygwin box and try the same command, then
>>get the following error:
>>tar: opening archive "/dev/st0": The system cannot find the path
>>Any help would be appreciated.
>>I am running ssh under cygwin on a windows 2003 server box.
>>Thanks for any help!
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