On Wed, Mar 01, 2000 at 12:25:02PM +0100, Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:
> What does `ssh -v firstname.lastname@example.org' say?
(flo@ping)~# ssh -v email@example.com
SSH Version 1.2.26 [i586-unknown-linux], protocol version 1.5.
Standard version. Does not use RSAREF.
ping: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config
ping: ssh_connect: getuid 1000 geteuid 0 anon 0
ping: Connecting to repeat.rfc822.org [188.8.131.52] port 22.
ping: Allocated local port 1021.
ping: Connection established.
ping: Remote protocol version 1.5, remote software version 1.2.27
ping: Waiting for server public key.
ping: Received server public key (768 bits) and host key (1024 bits).
ping: Host 'repeat.rfc822.org' is known and matches the host key.
ping: Initializing random; seed file /home/flo/.ssh/random_seed
ping: Encryption type: idea
ping: Sent encrypted session key.
ping: Installing crc compensation attack detector.
ping: Received encrypted confirmation.
ping: Trying rhosts or /etc/hosts.equiv with RSA host authentication.
ping: Server refused our rhosts authentication or host key.
ping: Connection to authentication agent opened.
ping: RSA authentication using agent refused.
ping: Trying RSA authentication with key 'flo@move'
ping: Server refused our key.
ping: Doing password authentication.
ping: Requesting pty.
ping: Requesting X11 forwarding with authentication spoofing.
ping: Remote: Client requested X11 forwarding, but the server has no xauth
ping: Remote: This is usually caused by "xauth" not being in PATH during
Warning: Remote host denied X11 forwarding, perhaps xauth program could not be
run on the server side.
ping: Requesting authentication agent forwarding.
ping: Requesting shell.
ping: Entering interactive session.
Connection to repeat.rfc822.org closed by remote host.
Connection to repeat.rfc822.org closed.
ping: Transferred: stdin 0, stdout 0, stderr 97 bytes in 0.2 seconds
ping: Bytes per second: stdin 0.0, stdout 0.0, stderr 392.2
ping: Exit status -1
> BTW, does this mean you have a Debian/mipsel ssh package now?
Florian Lohoff firstname.lastname@example.org +49-5241-470566
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