login to remote system using ssh fails
manuel at todo-linux.com
Sun Jul 12 21:53:29 UTC 2009
El dom, 12-07-2009 a las 14:01 -0700, Geoffrey Leach escribió:
> This is Fedora 11, openssh-clients-5.2p1-2.fc11.i586
> Same problem happened once before on a Fedora 10 installation; I'm
> ashamed to say that I did not note the solution.
> The remote system is F10; same as before.
> Two systems are connected via wireless. Connection is good. Previously,
> ssh -l user sys prompted for password and connected. Today (after
> wakeup from hibernate), ssh complained about the remote system's key.
> This has happened before and was always resolvable by removing the old
> entry in .ssh/known_hosts and trying again.
> The problem is that now, after entering user's pw, I find that I'm
> logged in to the originating system.
> Shutdown, power off/on, reboot does not affect the problem.
> Nothing from dmesg.
> Any help would be appreciated.
What about setting an sniffer in the remote system and the local one so
you can actually take a look where is the connection going?
Manuel Arostegui Ramirez.
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