Hallo Giacomo Mulas, 07.09.18 11:09 Giacomo Mulas: > Package: openssh-server > Version: 1:7.8p1-1 > Severity: normal > > Dear Maintainer, > > with the recent updates of openssh, agent forwarding is broken in incoming > connections. It still works properly in outgoing connections, which I > tested by logging in on several computers running e.g. debian stable or > other distros or even another os altogether. However, when I try to connect > from other machines to my computer, or even upon using locah ssh to > localhost, no credentials are forwarded. > E.g., on the session from which I use ssh: > > gmulas@spitzer:~$ ssh-add -l > 2048 SHA256:1EiqSAb6gUEpa27SrPhpx2lbj0I2yjz6TWO6HgUuFO4 > /homes/spitzer/gmulas/.ssh/id_rsa (RSA) 1024 > SHA256:bcMLBbvPfsCMMYUkXJYLljsNsBhpkC3N//38mnObjIw > /homes/spitzer/gmulas/.ssh/id_dsa (DSA) 256 > SHA256:GdCSZj0SYfo3XgnGAEfaFVJSjqzGuHAq01oYpG5HNEA > /homes/spitzer/gmulas/.ssh/id_ecdsa (ECDSA) > > then I successfully login to my laptop using one of those keys, with > > ssh -A capitanata > > but if I then ask which credentials are available I get: > > gmulas@capitanata:~$ ssh-add -l > The agent has no identities. So the connection to some ssh-agent is working. Please check which process owns the socket pointed to by $SSH_AUTH_SOCK. If it is not sshd you have another problem; perhaps something like libpam-ssh is starting a new ssh-agent for your ssh session? Grüße Timo
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