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Mar
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comment sshd croaks daily with “invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode”
Possible duplicate of SSH invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode
Mar
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Mar
2
revised how to connect to mongodb server via ssh tunnel
Correct a typo
Mar
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
11
comment Ansible with Github: Permission denied (Publickey)
$ ssh -i ~/.ssh/git_rsa.pub -T git@github.com I don't know about your other problems, but you're using the wrong key file here. -i takes the name of a private key file, that is, the file without the .pub extension. You most likely should run ssh -i ~/.ssh/git_rsa ...
Nov
10
awarded  Yearling
Sep
1
revised Deny deletion after SFTP upload
Question is about sftp, not ftp. Break up a run-on sentence.
Sep
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suggested approved edit on Deny deletion after SFTP upload
Sep
1
comment commands in authorized_keys
Please edit your question to show the actual ssh command being run by the user, and the output that it produces. Running ssh with -v or -vv would be helpful.
Aug
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awarded  Caucus
Jul
20
comment SFTP clients not respecting default UMASK permissions
/etc/ssh/ssh_config The correct file to update is sshd_config, not ssh_config. Please confirm which file you updated. Beyond that, enable logging in sftp-server (read the sftp-server man page) and check the log to see if clients are explicitly setting file permissions on the files they create.
May
7
comment SFTP logging configuration fails with an error (OpenSSH 5.1)
sshd does accept arguments on the subsystem line. See superuser.com/a/847303/54530. Your example line works fine for me, using OpenSSH 6.6.
Apr
30
answered Set Initial Remote Working Directory in SFTP
Apr
28
revised screen -r and screen -list only show last screen
Removed irrelevant & redundant tags.
Apr
28
revised Chroot user to an existing folder witch parent owner isn´t root
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Apr
28
answered Is it possible to ssh or rsync into a system whose file-system has remounted itself read-only?
Apr
28
comment Is it possible to ssh or rsync into a system whose file-system has remounted itself read-only?
this could be a case where ssh and sshd are not agreeing on the authentication method Like I said, the server is dropping the connection as soon as it is made. No part of the ssh protocol is actually running. The very first thing the server would normally do is to send its software version string to the client in cleartext, and the server isn't even doing that, according to the debug trace.
Apr
28
comment Chroot user to an existing folder witch parent owner isn´t root
"limitations like root-owned parent dir" are implemented by the OpenSSH server any time the ChrootDirectory directive is used, not just for internal-sftp.
Apr
28
answered Chroot user to an existing folder witch parent owner isn´t root
Apr
28
comment Is it possible to ssh or rsync into a system whose file-system has remounted itself read-only?
It doesn't matter what command the OP asks the server to run. The ssh server is dropping the TCP connection immediately after it is made. He's not even authenticating.