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comment OpenSSH server accepts public key then immediately closes the connection without any error message
I now have access to the server, using a password, the logs show nothing unusual, no trace of failed connections attempts. No partition is full. I have also tried to connect from the intermediate server using a local identity, it also fails.
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comment OpenSSH server accepts public key then immediately closes the connection without any error message
At do not have a physical access to this server. The administrator of the server may not be available until Monday.
May
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comment OpenSSH server accepts public key then immediately closes the connection without any error message
I do not have access to that server other than through ssh at this time, so I cannot see the logs. I don't believe anyone would have modified the shell since I last logged-in. The only difference seems to be the upgrade of both my client and the intermediate server.
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asked OpenSSH server accepts public key then immediately closes the connection without any error message
May
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answered Why do AWS spot-instance prices spike above the “on demand” pricing?
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revised SSH: Connection Reset by Peer
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answered SSH: Connection Reset by Peer
Apr
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comment SSH: Connection Reset by Peer
debug1: Connection established. Probably means this is NOT a networking problem.
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answered Restoring an Amazon EBS RAID0 array from snapshots taken with ec2-consistent-snapshot
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comment Amazon EC2 tools for Debian?
The URL for downloading the package should probably be updated to: packages.ubuntu.com/maverick/ec2-api-tools or use the search for the latest packages: packages.ubuntu.com/…
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comment Amazon EC2 tools for Debian?
2. sudo dkpg should be sudo dpkg (swap p and k) :)