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Developer and student of computer sciences at Universidad Simón Bolívar - Venezuela


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answered SSH invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode
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comment SSH invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode
I'll post the answer ASAP. Normally, stackoverflow won't let me answer my own question until some prudential time. I assumed it would be the same here :)
Jul
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comment SSH invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode
This post solved my problem. It was the mentioned file which was preventing aptitude from properly upgrade openssh-server. Thanks for your help anyways!
Jul
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comment SSH invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode
yes, I had looked up in google before I asked here. The only suggestion I had found was the one you suggested.
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comment SSH invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode
@larsks: yes, but it doesn't let me reinstall it... it says unable to make backup link of /usr/sbin/sshd: Operation Not permited. I tried removing it, and when I wanted to install it again, It didn't let me install it because of the same file. So, it went worse :/ now I have no access at all :( Any idea?
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comment SSH invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode
OpenSSH_5.9p1, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0x1000100f
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comment SSH invalid open call: O_CREAT without mode
Yes, I was able to access as root before. I frequently upgrade the server, but don't know what broke ssh. I can access as a normal sudoer user, and then do sudo su to gain access to root.
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comment Default http redirection when domain name requested, with a flashed dd-wrt router
@Patrick:Yes, it is set. I just tried again, and it worked! I must have skipped something the last time.... sorry, and thanks for your answer and your time!
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comment Default http redirection when domain name requested, with a flashed dd-wrt router
I already tried your suggestion. But, godaddy already has mydomain.com mapped to an IP, so for some reason, the router doesn't override this entry... is there any other thing that is needed to be done to override external DNS's? does the rules need to be written in certain specific order?? thanks for your help!
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