I'm ssh'ing from my OSX laptop to an OSX server. It worked a couple of days ago. Now, when I try and connect, no text is output. My session (with -v option) looks like:
~ $ ssh myserver
debug1: Next authentication method: keyboard-interactive Password: debug1: Authentication succeeded (keyboard-interactive). debug1: channel 0: new [client-session] debug1: Requesting firstname.lastname@example.org debug1: Entering interactive session. _
Where _ is the cursor.
So it looks to me like I've connected, but something is wrong with the shell - it hasn't started up, or something. Could I have broken my .bash_profile? Are there other common causes of this behaviour?
I don't have root access on this box, and I'd like to be able to give the sysadmins specific things to check for if possible.
EDIT: It's actually an OSX server, not RHEL. (Confusion as it hosts a RHEL VM which I also often connect to.)
I have been sent some server logs:
... Jan 19 11:30:09 myserver sshd: in pam_sm_authenticate(): Kerberos 5 error Jan 19 11:30:09 myserver sshd: in pam_sm_authenticate(): Kerberos 5 refuses you Jan 19 11:30:09 myserver sshd: Accepted keyboard-interactive/pam for stevebennett from xx.xx.xx.xx port 65411 ssh2 Jan 19 11:30:09 myserver com.apple.SecurityServer: Session 0x2114691 created Jan 19 11:30:09 myserver com.apple.SecurityServer: Session 0x2114691 attributes 0x20
Is the Kerberos 5 error relevant?