I'm trying to login to a server, but the login fails with the following error message: "Unexpected termination of nxssh". Running in the console in verbose mode doesn't give any information.
But I have a feeling that opennx always tries to login using key-files, and therefore ignores my password, and so fails to login. My "feeling" is based on an error message I got when I hadn't configured the nx-system-folder correctly, giving the following error message:
execvp(/home/tgc/opennx/src/opennx/bin/nxssh, -nx, -x, -2, -p, 22, -o, RhostsAuthentication no, -o, PasswordAuthentication no, -o, RSAAuthentication no, -o, RhostsRSAAuthentication no, -o, PubkeyAuthentication yes, -i, /home/tgc/opennx/src/opennx/share/keys/server.id_dsa.key, -B, -E, email@example.com) failed with error 2!
Especially "PasswordAuthentication no" tells me that opennx doesn't do what it is supposed to do...
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