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Re: SSH not working on fresh Cygwin install (gibberish number directories... command not found)
Same problem: It will pretend like /usr/bin/ssh exists, and will show me
the usage help, but when I actually try to use it, "no such file or
directory". /usr/bin/ is already set in my PATH, and ssh.exe is there.
Looks like I'll have to use the official Cygwin mailing list, thanks.
Christopher Faylor-8 wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 15, 2012 at 08:14:30AM -0800, CygGert wrote:
>>This is the 4th (5th?) computer I've installed Cygwin on, but this is the
>>first time I am getting strange behavior with SSH. Windows 7 64-bit, but
>>my previous computer that it worked on was also Windows 7 (albeit 32 bit)
>>When I type
>>I get the regular help message, on how to use the command. However, I
>>I actually use it using the standard command exactly as I used it on
>>multiple other machines
>>ssh IPADDRESS -l username -Y
>>-bash: $'\302\216\302\216\302\216\302\216ssh': command not found
>>Looks like gibberish to me, and I have no idea what I am doing wrong.
>>tried to disable my AntiVirus (Avast) to see if it helps, but no luck.
>>Any suggestions on what I could be doing wrong?
> Looks like you have an alias for ssh set up. Or your PATH environment
> variable is funny.
> /usr/bin/ssh will probably work.
> Typing "alias" will show you aliases.
> Typing "env" will show you the environment.
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