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Re: SSHD [Windows Domain Controller]: fatal: chown(/dev/tty0, 500, 513) failed: Bad file descriptor.

On Mar  3 16:32, Bruno Galindro da Costa wrote:
> Hi!
>    IÂve installed cygwin + sshd on a Windows Domain Controller. On the
> install process, IÂve runed ssh-host-config to configure the sshd
> service.
>    The name of my domain is INTERNAL and the user that runs sshd
> service is cyg_server. The service starts normally, BUT, when I try to
> logon by ssh, the error bellow was printed in Event Viewer:
> ##
> ## The following information is part of the event: sshd: PID 3908:
> fatal: chown(/dev/tty0, 500, 513) failed: Bad file descriptor.
> ##

Hmm, that's really strange.  I can't reproduce this behaviour.  If that
happened constantly, nobody would be able to start sshd or even stuff
like mintty.  What about your systems?  Is it possible that some
policies are the culprit?  Btw., you omited the cygcheck output for
your system per  It might be helpful,
especially on what system you're running.


Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
Cygwin Project Co-Leader          cygwin AT cygwin DOT com
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