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Re: FW: ssh and Microsoft compilers
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Scott Lee wrote:
I see from http://www.cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2006-07/msg00634.html
that we are having the same problem with running MS compilers in
a password-less ssh session. Have you found any solution to this?
In my case using a password is not acceptable because we are
trying to automate the build to run unattended.
The only potential solution I have seen is
http://www.cygwin.com/ml/cygwin/2006-08/msg00310.html (read the whole
thread and look up its references; unfortunately there is no single
"summary" link with info on the subauth patch), but I have not tried it
myself. Please keep us updated if it works for you.
"It's hard to tie your shoes when a cat is watching!" -- Me
Hmm, mine only rarely give me such problems. For some odd reason,
however, any time a particular friend comes over, they are VERY
interested in *his* shoelaces. Go figure.
Setting up another sshd server on an alternate port run as a
regular user with normal network privileges may be a poor man's
alternative in this case. You will need to ssh in as that user
and provide the password but it should work. Note - I haven't
tested this myself. ;-)
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