Fwd: Re: server login with SSH
Date: Sat, 01 Dec 2007 11:00:57 -0500
To: Kent West <email@example.com>
From: phillinux <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: server login with SSH
At 10:14 AM 12/1/2007, you wrote:
I set-up a plain vanilla, samba (intranet) server for a computer
lab in my school. I've done this before with SuSE and have
switched to Debian Net install.
I have the kids SSH into their accounts to change their samba
passwords but the connection is now being refused by the server.
there is no problem accessing home folders. I checked the
/etc/services file and port 22 seems to be open (not commented
out). What should I check next?
I'm unclear what the problem is. Are they having trouble ssh'ing
in? If so, what do you mean by them not having problem accessing
home folders? If not, what do you mean by the connection being refused?
When students are on the windows client they can find the samba
server in My Network Places and log into the sambe server, putting
them in a window showing their home folder (I set up accounts for
them on the server) and the samba shared resources. This works fine.
I have put putty (an open source telnet/ssh program) in a shared
folder on the server. when they open putty and enter the IP of the
server, putty comes back with a message "Connection refused by
server. This system worked on my SuSE servers without any problems,
right after an install. I will check if I have sshd running on the
server as another posting suggests
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