#12 Type 2 error when server has no sshd

closed-fixed
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5
2001-06-20
2001-06-03
Anonymous
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I rebooted my server, and for some reason sshd doesn't
start up automatically. I forgot this, and when I ran MacSSH
on my client machine, it kicked me out with a Type 2 error
and no further explanation. I realized then that I needed to
start sshd, which I did with plain telnet, but it seems like you
should report back that a server isn't running sshd or
accepting port 23 connections or something similar.

Discussion

  • Jean-Pierre Stierlin

    • assigned_to: nobody --> chombier
     
  • Jean-Pierre Stierlin

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    unable to reproduce.
    waiting for a MacsBug StdLog.

     
  • Jean-Pierre Stierlin

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    Still waiting for a MacsBug StdLog...

     
  • Jean-Pierre Stierlin

    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Jean-Pierre Stierlin

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    Got the StdLog.
    Fixed in version 2.1b9.

     

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