Cygwin commands crashes after ssh login

Christopher Faylor
Tue Jan 16 08:02:00 GMT 2001

On Tue, Jan 16, 2001 at 10:51:01AM -0500, Wei Ku wrote:
>> > Personally I'm using tcsh and bash as login shell. I'm using W2K SP1
>> > with Cygwin 1.1.7, sshd is started via SRVANY under my own account
>> > which has the appropriate user rights and I don't have any problems
>> > using ssh and sshd on the box. For testing purposes I'm sometimes
>> > switching to starting sshd from inetd using LocalSystem account and
>> > password authentication. No problem at all.
>> Following up on one tiny part of the above, when you say '... from
>> inetd _using LocalSystem account_', what does that last bit mean?  I
>> don't have a LocalSystem user in either /etc/passwd or Win2K Users. . .
>I have exactly the same question.  Would someone please post a more
>pedagogical procedure of creating the LocalSystem account in W2K?  Unlike in
>the case of NT4, I found no place to specify any "special rights" for the
>user.  I have been trying to make OpenSSHD work (for a multi-user
>environment started from inetd) for a week and have not gotten anywhere (see
>the following error message produced right after keying the password.) seems to be very chatty on the subject of "LocalSystem".


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