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Re: OpenSSH 2.1 to Windows2000
- To: Ian Blenke <icblenke at 2c2 dot com>
- Subject: Re: OpenSSH 2.1 to Windows2000
- From: Corinna Vinschen <corinna at vinschen dot de>
- Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 18:22:23 +0200
- CC: cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com
- References: <ED90508D11B4D3119D470020484065860126255F@CICERO2>
- Reply-To: cygwin <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
Ian Blenke wrote:
> I've installed inetutils v1.3.2-3 and mkpasswd/mkgroup to
> create the correct environment. After hacking the registry
> to get the mountpoints right (HKU/.Defaults/Cyg*/Cyg*/mount*
> is completely foobar... it seems you must implicitly fix
This will be fixed in the next cygwin release. No default
root mount point will be generated anymore.
> The biggest problem I have with the current configuration:
> it seems that the *everyone* who telnets into the system
> gets the H: (/cygdrive/h) drive mapping of the LAST person
> to login to the system via RDP (but not via telnet..
> very very odd).
Sigh. It's not a problem of Cygwin but a general oddity in
the SMB protocol (what's the current name of that?!?).
Trying to explain that would let growing even more gray hair...
> I've also installed openssh 2.1.0p3 from Corinna's binary
That's nice, but...
> However, trying to run ssh in "multiuser mode" spawned via
> inetd (added sshd -i to /etc/inetd.conf) results in refused
> authentication (most likely due to mucked up home directories).
did you read the README?
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