On Mon, 19 Apr 2004, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Apr 2004, Lee Hosty wrote:
>> > I have a headless Knoppix hd-install upstairs that I access wirelessly. I
> > don't use it for much except general playing around. As of yesterday I can
> > no longer SSH to it from any of my windows machines. There have been no
> > software or hardware changes
>> Well, something clearly has changed.
Something tells me I must have run an apt-get upgrade or something similar
yesterday while under the influence of alcohol, and perhaps typed "yes" or
"ok" without reading what was about to happen.
> What ssh client is this? Putty can be a little silent sometimes.
> What sshd? openssh, ssh.com, ...?
PuTTy and openssh 1.3 or something
> Do you get a login prompt and auth fails or do you just get nothing?
nothing, PuTTy closes after about 20 seconds. No errors in its log, or
anything else helpful.
> 2. the server key has changed. If the server host key changed and the
> client has the old key it might refuse to connect depending on the client
I had cleared the client keys to see if that made any difference.
Thanks guys, my fault as usual.
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