OpenSSH server on latest Windows 10
Wed Jan 9 04:56:00 GMT 2019
> Stephen John Smoogen <email@example.com> kirjoitti 8.1.2019 kello 23.33:
> On Tue, 8 Jan 2019 at 16:20, Jari Fredriksson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I have used Cygwin and OpenSSH server from Windows 7 to these days with
>> Windows 10.
>> In some late Windows update it seems that Microsoft has removed the
>> "Cygwin sshd” -service all together!
> I don't think it removed it.. it just has its own ssh server which could be
> running instead.
>> I have not tried to reinstall it… Has anyone had similar happenings?
>> Br. Jarif
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It is indeed removed. There is no ”Cygwin sushi” service any more. I now installed the Windows 10 OpenSSH Server, which was not installed by default. I could not get it up and running either. I refuses to use the host key.
I have executed the Repair-SshdConfigPermission -FilePath C:\ProgramData\ssh\ssh_host_ed25519_key which says ”looks good” but
ssh-add C:\ProgramData\ssh\ssh_host_ed25519_key complaints WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE! and ssh does not start.
But that is not a Cygwin issue anyway…
I would prefer Cygwin ssh to get more Linux like experience, but WIn10 ssh will do if I only manage to start it…
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