sshd and /usr/bin/zsh
Mon Jun 20 13:23:00 GMT 2005
On Jun 20 14:01, Martin Vetter wrote:
> >I just upgraded cygwin and now
> >I cannot login to the machine via ssh unless
> >I change /etc/passwd to use /bin/bash for my shell.
> same here after a cygwin update (windows 2000, cygwin 1.5.17):
> - zsh as login shell for non-administrator = login via sshd hangs (!)
> - bash as login shell for non-administrator = login via sshd works fine
> - zsh as login shell for the administrator = login via sshd works fine
> use cygwin1.dll release 1.5.14,
There's a far better way: Go a step forward instead of three steps
back. Try the latest snapshot from http://cygwin.com/snapshots/.
I just tried to use zsh as login shell from an ssh session and guess
what? It works.
> hope this helps.[...]
Nearly as much as telling us that it works on Linux.
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