ssh problem

ssh problem

Post by W Prat » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00

I have ssh ver 1 up and working on my RH 5.2 box and can login from a
windoze 98 client through ttsh using plain password but when I try to use
RSA private key to login it tells me that the file does not contain a valid
RSA key. I am creating the file ~/.ssh/identity using ssh-keygen on my RH
box and then ftping a copy to my windoze box and telling ttsh to look at
that file. What am I missing??

Thanks in advance,
William Pratt

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1. Secure Shell SSH Problem


since a few weeks I have a problem with my SSH when I
try to log in my account at the university.

This is the debugging message from ssh:

#ssh -v ultra10
SSH Version 1.2.16 [], protocol versio 1.4.
Standard version. Does not use RSAREF.
ssh_connect: getuid 501 geteuid 0 anon 0
Connecting to ultra10 [] port 22.
Allocated local port 1023.

<-- At this point ssh halts. Only pressing Ctrl-C helps.

Received signal 2.

Using SSH Windows Client under Win95 causes no problems.

What's up? Is my fire wall configures wrong (once a while
a friend worked on it)? Has the server problems with two
different SSH programs/keys from one single user?

Please help me. I don't want to use Windows for a secure shell!

Bye, Thomas Fischer

                    21 is only the half truth                    


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