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Re: Cannot SSH in to server
> Hard to say. Try investigating the login shell vs. non-login shell bit.
I tried running bash --login from windows cmd and I could still log in. I
agree though, it appears that xterm, when launched from within X, is doing
something with bash. For example, rxvt from within X works just fine.
> Try reproducing this outside of an xterm (e.g., in bash command window).
When I do this I can get in. Likewise when I run from any xterm launched
from startxwin.bat. The problem is that I can't get in when I create xterms
after X has launched.
> Try disabling X-forwarding (by unsetting DISPLAY or running "ssh -x").
Tried both of these, still doesn't work.
> Try specifying the protocol explicitly ("ssh -1" or "ssh -2")... I would
Tried these too, neither worked.
> also kill ssh agent for now, just to be sure. Let us know which of these
> work and which don't.
Also no luck.
> P.S. <pedantic>Also please check that you *are* running a *Cygwin* version
> of ssh</pedantic> ;-)
Yup, using OpenSSH_3.6.1p1, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0x0090702f,
downloaded from cygwin's setup.exe.
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