1.7.7 - OpenSSH Fatal Error 1114

Johnson, Phillip pjohnson@ptc.com
Tue Dec 28 03:42:00 GMT 2010

Cygwin Support,

Regarding the current release of Cygwin,
we are also seeing an issue using the SSH server
distributed within Cygwin.  

We follow instructions that have worked in past 
installations, however we now are unable to use 
the command-line for inline commands from the client:

When using ssh from any client (Windows, Linux) we are able  to 
ssh into the server (cygwin openssh server) but we are not able to pass
in any parameters to the connection command. 

Example of failure:

[ah-pearl ~]$ ssh bl-u2 ls
      1 [main] sshd 136 C:\cygwin\usr\sbin\sshd.exe: *** fatal error -
could not      load u, Win32 error 1114
Stack trace:
Frame     Function  Args
002299B4  6102749B  (002299B4, 00000000, 00000000, 00000000)
00229CA4  6102749B  (61177B80, 00008000, 00000000, 61179977)
0022ACD4  61004AFB  (61179084, 61161E94, 61161E94, 7C837C9A)
0022AF04  6100135E  (610309EB, 6123E56C, 0022AF70, 0022AF38)
0022BBC8  6115764C  (00000003, FFFFFFFF, FFFFFFFF, 61117D12)
0022BC08  610CB0E3  (00000003, 10455728, 0022BD0C, 1045C6E0)
0022BC28  6102951B  (10455728, 0022BD0C, 1045C6E0, 0022BD34)
0022C148  610C01A5  (10456768, 1045A120, 00000002, 00000000)
0022C198  00412D4B  (10456768, 1045A120, 10456768, 00427EA2)
0022C1C8  004130F4  (10456768, 1045A120, 10459018, 1044C654)
0022C288  0041343C  (10459028, 10459018, 10459018, 00000000)
0022C2C8  0040AAF3  (00000062, 0000000A, 10456830, 0040BB05)
0022C308  004389D6  (00000001, 00000000, 10456830, 0040C6FA)
0022C348  0040BC6A  (1045C658, 1044C3B0, 0022C388, 00417DF6)
0022C388  00413CCE  (1045C658, 00000003, 00000000, 0022CC44)
0022CD58  004040F3  (00000000, 0022CE64, 0022CD98, 61006CD3)
End of stack trace (more stack frames may be present)

Example of successful ability to login (with no login parameter

[ah-pearl ~]$ ssh bl-u2
Last login: Tue Dec 14 13:29:12 2010 from ah-pearl.xxxnet.ptc.com

builder@BL-U2 ~

ANY assistance on this issue would be greatly appreciated!

Phil Johnson

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