Re: GNU/KFreeBSD SSH problem
On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 08:01:54PM +1100, Joshua Cummings wrote:
> I checked the list archives and google and found nothing similar to my
> problem, so I hope someone can help.
This sounds familiar. I think I've fixed a similar problem, but I don't
recall what the cause was. Try using sshd -d on the bsd box. That puts
sshd in debug mode, and may give you a better idea what's wrong, or what
it was doing when it got the signal 10.
It might also be a good idea to verify that your packages are current
> I just set up a GNU/KFreeBSD system and I've installed openssh.
> Everything installs and runs fine, but I can't connect to the BSD box as
> a non-root user. When I try to log in (ie. enter my password) I see "pid
> whatever (sshd), uid 1000: exited on signal 10" on the console.
> On the GNU/Linux box I'm connecting from I get this,
> jrac@krumm:~% ssh jrac@crackgremlin
> jrac@crackgremlin's password:
> Connection to crackgremlin closed by remote host.
> Connection to crackgremlin closed.
> I'm eager to have a go at porting/building some kfreebsd packages, but
> the system's monitor is extremely blurry (dying), so I need ssh to work.
> I'm running FreeBSD 5.1. Let me know if anyone needs any extra
> Joshua Cummings
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