Re: REPOST: unable to load ssh2 protocol
* Kurt Lieber (email@example.com) spake thusly:
> On Monday 03 December 2001 05:06 pm, Cassandra Lynette Ludwig wrote:
> > Okay, that looks like there is a problem with permissions or some such on
> > the files... I'll check my file permissions...
> > Okay, here is the permission list from my /etc/ssh directory
> Yep -- those match my permissions as well.
> > Okay, the command I used to generate the private keys was :-
> > ssh-keygen -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key
Hmm... I'd use ssh-keygen -t rsa here...
> > ssh-keygen -t dsa -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key
> OK, so you're doing RSA authentication using SSH v1? I'm hoping to disable
> the v1 protocol altogether. Also, I'm assuming the "ssh_host_rsa_key" in the
> second line should really be "ssh_host_dsa_key" :)
Kurt, check your ssh_config (not sshd_config) and see if you have
"Protocol" line in it. We had an ssh client on one of our DeadRat
boxen that wouldn't connect to anything until I removed the
"Protocol 2,1" line (repeat, this is in client config, not server).
I like the US government, makes the Aussie one look less dumb and THAT is a
pretty big effort. -- Craig Small