cygsshd fails due to bad ownership or modes of /cygdrive/c/Users

Wed Feb 7 19:23:10 GMT 2024

Frank-Ulrich Sommer via Cygwin writes:
> I'm trying to run cygsshd on my PC with Windows 11 and connect from a
> linux machine. I have added the public key to
> /cygdrive/c/Users/xxx/.ssh/authorized_keys and created a symbolic link
> from  /cygdrive/c/Users/xxx/.ssh to /home/xxx/.ssh. As usual I checked
> the access rights and mode of the .ssh directory (700 and belongs to
> user xxx) and the authorized_keys file (600 and also belongs to user
> xxx) and also of the home directory (had to change ownership).

Just bind mount instead of symlinking .ssh and everything should work.

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