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Re: Still testing needed: New passwd/group AD/SAM integration

On Apr 15 14:14, Ken Brown wrote:
> I've come across a glitch involving sshd and cygserver.  I normally
> have both running, but I've discovered that I have to start sshd
> before I start cygserver, or else I have problems (can't ssh from a
> non-administrator account to an administrator account).  Here are
> the details on 64 bit Cygwin; I haven't tested 32 bit:
> I've installed the full 2014-04-12 snapshot and removed /etc/passwd
> and /etc/group.  I have an ordinary user kbrown and an administrator
> user kbrown-admin.  I now do the following:
> 1. Start sshd.
> 2. Start cygserver.
> 3. Start a Cygwin Terminal as user kbrown.
> 4. ssh into the kbrown-admin account (with publickey authentication
> used by default).
> $ ssh kbrown-admin@localhost
> Enter passphrase for key '/home/kbrown/.ssh/id_rsa':
> setsockopt IPV6_TCLASS 16: Protocol not available:
> Last login: Tue Apr 15 13:57:12 2014 from fe80::9956:cbba:6928:151c%11
> Everything is fine.
> Now I close the Cygwin Terminal, stop both services, and restart
> them in the other order (cygserver first, then sshd).  Repeating
> steps 3 and 4, I can't login:
> $ ssh kbrown-admin@localhost
> kbrown-admin@localhost's password:
> Permission denied, please try again.
> kbrown-admin@localhost's password:
> Notice that (a) I didn't get a prompt for the passphrase for my ssh
> key, and (b) my password wasn't accepted.

Thanks for the report, Ken.  I'll have a look.


Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
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