sshd problem with recent snapshots

Christopher Faylor
Mon Nov 15 06:38:00 GMT 2010

On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 08:45:01PM -0700, Jeff Odegard wrote:
>On 12:59 PM, Ken Brown wrote:
>> On 11/5/2010 8:03 AM, Ken Brown wrote:
>>> If I start sshd on a machine running a recent snapshot, I'm unable to
>>> login to that machine via ssh. The connection is closed right after I
>>> type my password. The problem first appears in the snapshot of
>>> 20100917. To reproduce:
>>> 1. Start sshd.
>>> 2. While logged in as one user, try to login as another user. For
>>> example:
>>> $ ssh kbrown-admin@localhost
>>> kbrown-admin@localhost's password:
>>> Connection to localhost closed by remote host.
>>> Connection to localhost closed.
>>> The same thing happens if I try to ssh in from a different machine on
>>> the network.
>> Further information: There are two entries in the Windows Event Viewer
>> (Application Log) after the failed login:
>> sshd: PID 2264: Accepted password for kbrown-admin from ::1 port 1025 ssh2.
>> sshd: PID 2264: fatal: chmod(/dev/tty1, 0622) failed: Permission denied.
>Bump.  I just posted the same problem on Friday night on Windows 7.

If you're referring to: then
this is not the same thing:

1) Different error message.

2) You're not using a snapshot.


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