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Re: Strange behaviour of Openssh
Ok, thanks to that I have a clearer view of the problem : the server
seems to have a setuid problem...
here is the last relevant lines of my log :
debug1: temporarily_use_uid 1003/513 (e=1005/513)
seteuid 1003: Permission denied
Does anybody has got clue how to solve it ?
On 4/12/05, Larry Hall <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> At 11:55 AM 4/12/2005, you wrote:
> >I encounter some strange stuff when I try to connect to openssh on my
> >server (which is using cygwin) using openssh clients (using cygwin
> >The connection is perfect when I have no public keys at all on the
> >client side. But as soon as I get any key (dsa or rsa generated using
> >ssh-keygen ) on the client side the connection can never been
> >established and I receive the message "Read from the socket failed :
> >Connection reset by peer". When I am debugging it in verbose mode, the
> >log of client last lines are :
> >debug3 : send_pubkey_test
> >debug2 : we sent a publickey packet, wait for reply
> >Read from the socket failed : Connection reset by peer
> >I have absolutly nothing on the server log....
> Stop the server, add '-d -d -d' as flags to the server (by editing the registry, uninstalling the service and reinstalling with these flags, or
> just installing a new debug service), restart it and try it again. The
> server will stop after this attempt but you will get information in the
> log with debugging output. That should help.
> Larry Hall http://www.rfk.com
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