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Re: Can not log in to recently enabled/configured sshd service
Alfred von Campe wrote:
On Feb 6, 2008, at 9:55, Dave Korn wrote:
How do the perms on /home/av16209/.ssh/* look? How do they look with
Interesting. I had CYGWIN set to "binmode tty ntsec" according to some
instructions I found by googling. Here are the relevant results:
bash-3.2$ CYGWIN=ntsec /bin/ls -ld ~/.ssh
drwxr-xr-x 1 av16209 Domain Users 0 Feb 6 09:28 //solid/av16209/.ssh
bash-3.2$ CYGWIN=smbntsec /bin/ls -ld ~/.ssh
drwx------+ 1 av16209 Domain Users 0 Feb 6 09:28 //solid/av16209/.ssh
So it appears that CYGWIN=smbntsec is what I want. How can I
reconfigure the sshd service to use that setting?
If you want this enabled indelibly just for the sshd service and you don't
want to go skulking around in the registry, you can re-run ssh-host-config
and specify 'smbntsec' as one of the settings when it asks you what you want
for the service. This is a good thing to do because it allows you to be
specific about the settings each service gets. Otherwise, if you want the
setting globally, just set it in the CYGWIN environment variable and
restart all Cygwin services.
Larry Hall http://www.rfk.com
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