Re: ssh on unstable not working (plea for help :)
On Mon, Oct 09, 2000 at 02:07:22PM +0200, Michael Moerz typed:
} On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Raphael Hertzog wrote:
} > And if I connect with -4, then it's ok :
} > $ ssh -4 deenoo.no-ip.com
} > email@example.com's password:
} > Where's the problem ?
} normaly that should work without -4. (see man-page)
I think he's aware of that. He was asking 'where's the problem' in
the context of 'Why do I have to do this?'.
} > What kind of hack could I use since I have a CVS server (accessible by
} > ssh) on deenoo.no-ip.com and I want to use that name and not the one that
} > changes from time to time ...
} don't think that a hack would do that, something seems broken with ssh,
} that might be fixed to get the rid of that problem.
Or libc6. But that's just my opinion, after seeing netstat segfault on
name lookup of ipv6 addresses -- and in particular, ssh/sshd (OpenSSH on
Debian) uses ipv6 by default.
Either that, or ipv6 name lookup has changed a bit in the new libc6.
} Actually interesting would be what kind of ssh you are runnig (e.g.
Everyone's been talking about OpenSSH here when they refer to the broken
ssh. (And the ssh package points to OpenSSH as well.)
An Thi-Nguyen Le
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