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RE: Can not log in to recently enabled/configured sshd service
On 07 February 2008 16:16, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> On Feb 7 14:46, Dave Korn wrote:
>> On 06 February 2008 15:48, Alfred von Campe wrote:
>>> On Feb 6, 2008, at 9:55, Dave Korn wrote:
>>>> How do the perms on /home/av16209/.ssh/* look? How do they look with
>>> Interesting. I had CYGWIN set to "binmode tty ntsec" according to
>>> some instructions I found by googling.
>> It all depends where you keep your home directory. For a home on your
>> local HD, that's fine, but if you have home on a network share, you need
>> 'smbntsec', since ntsec defaults to only cover local drives for speed.
> It's not about speed, it's about problems with Samba remote shares.
Oh, thanks for the correction :)
> smbntsec doesn't work well with Samba if you don't run an integrated
> domain environment which includes your Samba machines.
Ah, I thought that - because it affects all remote drives - it was SMB
specific, rather than Samba specific. So if you're using real 'doze CIFS/SMB
shares from a 'doze server, you'd want smbntsec on all the time?
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