> Has anyone got the following error connecting over ssh to a site?
SSH2 and SSH aren't compatible with each other, unfortunately. And ssh2
is more restrictively-licensed, slower and more cumbersome than ssh,
which seems to do the job nicely. There are also a goodly number of OSS
implementations of ssh1 clients and servers for various platforms, which
Short answer, don't use ssh2, use ssh 1.2.27.
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