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Re: [OT] pb with ssh2

I think this is Off-topic because no Debian firewall seems
to be involved.

On Fri, Feb 07, 2003 at 05:59:49PM +0100, Frederic Leger wrote:
> I install Woody + ssh2 deb on a PC. I generate coorectly some id by 
> ssh-keygen2, the .pub is put on the remote.

Using ssh-copy-id?

> When i launch ssh2 on the 
> remote,

You mean, the client?  Or a server where SSH-2.0-2.0.13 is
already installed?

> i can't see the ssh2's prompt after read password !

You mean the shell prompt?

> I can send 
> any command ! Why ?

You mean you *can't* send any commands?  Or you can send
commands, but can't see the prompt?

> On the remote i launch ssh2 with "-v" option :
> #debug: connecting to "remote"
> #debug: entering event loop
> ...
> #debug: Remote version: SSH-2.0-2.0.13
> #debug: Host key found on the database
> => I take password coorectly

This must be the non-woody, client box.

> On the local :
> #connection from "x.x.x.x"
> #User root's local password accepted
> #Password authentication for user xxx accepted

Okay, and this is your Debian machine acting as a server.

Are you able to see the output from the commands you type,
if that's really what you meant?

Michael J. Micek,  CyberStrategies, Inc.  sysadmin

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