ssh gives nt authority/system

Lucio Cosmo
Wed May 23 22:47:00 GMT 2007

Il giorno 23/mag/07, alle ore 19:42, Larry Hall (Cygwin) ha scritto:

> Lucio Cosmo wrote:
>> Il giorno 15/mag/07, alle ore 16:06, Larry Hall (Cygwin) ha scritto:
>>> Lucio Cosmo wrote:
>>>> Hello All.
>>>> [....]
>>> Try password authentication.  If you need public key authentication,
>>> you'll either have to wait until 1.7 releases with the subauth
>>> functionality
>>> in it or pull a snapshot now (with all the obvious caveats about  
>>> using a
>>> snapshot).
>> As far as I understand the problem is caused from the user that  
>> starts
>> up sshd, which is nt_authority/system.
>> In my situation, it's ok to launch manually the ssh daemon, if this
>> solves the problem.
>> If so, how can it be done ?
> Just run it.  But there's no reason you can't run it as a service  
> under
> a different user.  You loose the ability for the service to change to
> another user (so you'll always be the user that the service started  
> as,
> in every way) but since you're willing to give that up already, I  
> don't
> see that as an issue.

Not so much expert in bash commands and enviroment.
How can it be done ?

"cygrunsrv --start sshd" does not solve, obviously :)


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