Re: System crash
You said you can TTY, do you mean ssh? If you ssh into the box it creates
an authorization key which sets that user up to be recognized again. That
should help with authentication issues. Also, has anything changed with
your X client on your desktop? I log into many other machines to work with
This was my reaction - if you can ssh in, or even log in via command line
from the console, it's up, and then the issue seems to go to
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- Re: [Fwd: Question: sshd_config: combinations of PasswordAuthentication and ChallengeResponseAuthent
... This explains why the programmer's SSH library did not work correctly ... because it cannot understand the tty. ... authentication process. ... Using ChallengeResponseAuthentication is more secure, ...
- Re: ssh tricks (was Re: ssh -t <host> /bin/sh trick (was Re: ftp access))
... > shells to prevent what Brooks was describing. ... Since the topic is 'ssh tricks', here's one that works with all ... can't access tty; job control turned off ... with "unsubscribe freebsd-security" in the body of the message ...
- Re: Reconnect to a specific TTY session?
... I get a new TTY session. ... I don't know if you can reconnect to the old tty (if ssh noticed the ... connection went away it should SIGTERM its children, ...
- Re: System crash
... When i say tty i mean virtual tty as in ALT+f1,f2 etc... ... I checked the xserver pam module in /etc/pam.d ... do you mean ssh? ... distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. ...
- Re: ssh with -t outputs additional ^ms
... On Unix, when data is output through a tty device in standard a.k.a. "cooked" mode, NL is translated to CR+NL (this is what the onlcr setting does). ... onlcr for the local tty - otherwise a) that processing would be done twice if the remote program runs its tty in "cooked" mode, or b) a remote program that wants to run its tty in ... Hence what you get from ssh is *exactly* what comes from the remote tty device, and fit for sending to a terminal without further processing - which is exactly what happens when you run ssh -t interactively on a tty. ...