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Re: Shared home dir, samba workgroups and ssh
Andrew DeFaria wrote:
Corinna Vinschen wrote:
As Larry proposed, "StrictModes no" or mapping .ssh to a local
directory should help. Another choice would be to start sshd with
Pretty much as I suspected. I missed Larry's response. Sorry. But
Corina, you're response here will server others well I suspect.
While I can turn StrictModes to no on my server, I can't on the various
Unix machines I might log into at work.
How do you "map" the .ssh directory to a local directory? Would it be
something like mv ~/.ssh /cygdrive/c/myssh and then ln -s
/cygdrive/c/myssh ~/.ssh? Hmm.... I wonder how that would look/work when
I'm on a Unix machine (which shares my home directory) when I ssh from
one Unix machine to another...).
That's a good reason to copy the directory and then mount it instead of
linking it. That way only your Cygwin environment sees it.
As for starting with nontsec would that
be something like "CYGWIN=NONTSEC ssh <host>" at the command line?
Something like that, yes. ;-)
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