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Re: sshd setup question
You're not reaching the server. The read of the basic version identification
is failing. If the client and the server can't understand what version of
ssh is running on either end, they don't talk. So you're not reaching the
server through ssh.
Sorry I don't know much about setting up ssh under inetd. Is there a reason
not to set it up as the documentation suggests? I can vouch for things
working that way.
At 06:38 PM 9/1/2003, Dan Adams you wrote:
>Thanks for the comment about cygrunsrv and the method of removing service
>from win2k That worked well
>Since I have inetd working well. I have a telnet server and also a FTP
>server, but neither is available outside of my firewall. I thought that I
>would try and see if I could use the sshd server that I just setup via the
>inetd thing. When I did this, I got an error message of:
>ssh_exchange_identification: read: Connection reset by peer
>What would this mean? This is the only error message that I have been
>getting from the ssh deamon when I try and connect, and even before I ran
>that setup script.
>Dan Adams - firstname.lastname@example.org
>"Larry Hall" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> OK, visit <http://cygwin.com/problems.html> and provide the requested
>> Also, send along (attached too) your /etc/passwd and /etc/group files.
>> actual transcript of your attempt to run chown would be helpful too.
>> cygrunsrv -E <service name> followed by cygrunsrv -R <service name> will
>> stop and remove a service.
>> At 06:04 PM 9/1/2003, Dan Adams you wrote:
>> >I tried the directions at the site, and when it did the chown
>> >/var/empty command. It errors out, saying that the user is unknown. It
>> >to not want to start the service after that point. Any more suggestions.
>> >Also does anyone know how to remove a service from the listong in Win2k
>> >it is no longer desired. I am hoping to change from telnet/ftp to ssh
>> >which means I would be able to get rid of the service of inetd that is in
>> >win2k control panel thing.
>> >Dan Adams - firstname.lastname@example.org
>> >"Larry Hall" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> >> At 05:28 PM 9/1/2003, Krzysztof Duleba you wrote:
>> >> >Dan Adams" wrote
>> >> >
>> >> >> Does anyone know if there is either a script that will automate the
>> >> >process
>> >> >> of setting up an ssh server? Or is there a tutorial setup page?
>> >> >
>> >> >http://tech.erdelynet.com/cygwin-sshd.html
>> >> And please follow-up with any questions generated from following the
>> >> directions at this site with tech.erdelynet.com. The supported
>> >> for setting up Cygwin's OpenSSH distribution is
>> >> /usr/doc/Cygwin/openssh-*.README. It's the only source of information
>> >> list will entertain questions about.
>> >> Thanks,
>> >> Larry Hall http://www.rfk.com
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