Re: sshd no longer accepts connections
Further to my original posting, it would appear that the latest round of
updates to my system have broken quite a few things.
man-db_2.3.16-1.1_alpha.deb now refuses to show any "real" man pages:
Typing man pam (for example) gives:
Reformatting pam(8), please wait...
sh: ../debian/tmp/usr/bin/zsoelim: No such file or directoy
How do I back out updates that I made via apt-get? Better still, how do I
get man giving me man pages?
(who is rather worried now :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rob B" <email@example.com>
To: "debian-alpha" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2001 12:39 PM
Subject: sshd no longer accepts connections
> Hi all,
> I upgraded Openssh to ssh_1.2.3-9.2_alpha.deb recently, and it now no
> accepts connections. I have read the manpage and everything seems to be
> order, but I get the following message from the client (PuTTY):
> "Unable to open connection: Protocol initialisation error"
> On the server, the message in /var/log/auth.log is:
> "Refused connect from 192.168.100.11"
> in /var/log/syslog there is a PAM error:
> " : PAM (other) illegal module type: sesion"
> The same entry with an idential timestamp is in /var/log/user.log.
> Any thoughts? I'm stuck.
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