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ssh and x11 - repost 2010-02-25
aurfalien gmail com (1 replies)
Hi all,

I'm using openssh 4.3 on Centos 5.3.

My problem is this;

I can ssh to localhost and then run an X app like so;

ssh localhost
img_disp

However if I do this in the same line;

ssh localhost img_disp

Nothing happens. Running ps shows the app but nothing on my display.

ssh -X has no effe

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Re: ssh and x11 - repost - FIX'd 2010-02-25
aurfalien gmail com
X11 auth data does not match fake data 2010-02-24
Jon Price (jonelwoodprice gmail com)
Hi,

I am running OpenSSH version 5.3p1 on a Solaris 10 box.

I run X client "X1', say, with X11 Forwarding as user U1. Then I click
on a button in X1 which kicks off an ssh to a different user U2 and
runs a different X client X2.
X client X2 does NOT startup.

The error message is as follows:

debu

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sshd and custom public key location 2010-02-19
Tomáš Nechutný (nechtom gmail com)
Hello.

I'm creating a simple monitoring application (one master collecting data +
monitoring application on slaves) for internal use in my company. I know I can
use collectd or munin, but that's another topic.

Data fetching is done via ssh (OpenSSH). I would like to setup `home-less'
user and p

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Controlling TCP Wrapper Support 2010-02-18
Rick Cone (rcone securepaymentsystems com) (1 replies)
Hello,

I am using sshd on RHEL 5.4 and has compiled in TCP wrapper (libwrap)
support. I want to have 2 sshd servers running, and have 1 server using TCP
wrapper support on port 22 like normal, and the other sshd server on an
alternate port that has the TCP wrapper turned off. Is there an sshd_con

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Re: Controlling TCP Wrapper Support 2010-02-19
Jan Chadima (jchadima redhat com)
Storing keys on LDAP server? 2010-02-18
Jon Price (jonelwoodprice gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi,

Is it possible to store the keys in authorized_keys file on an LDAP
Directory Server rather than locally in the .ssh subdir under home
directory?
If so, how to go about setting this up?

And pros/cons regarding the method?

Solaris 10/OpenSSH latest, Sun Directory Server....

Thanks,
Jon

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Re: Storing keys on LDAP server? 2010-02-18
God Is Dead (godisdead1976 gmail com)
[Fwd: Question: sshd_config: combinations of PasswordAuthentication and ChallengeResponseAuthentication] 2010-02-15
J4 (junk4 klunky co uk) (1 replies)

Dear all,

I have searched across Google for a while to try and understand the
security impact of certain changes in our sshd_config file, but because
I could not find the answer, I decided to post here. I hope that here is
the right place.

A developer uses SSH to connect to servers in his app

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sftp running in chroot env 2010-02-11
Steve Szabo (steve g szabo gmail com) (2 replies)
I've configured sftp to run in a chroot env which seems to work
however I am unable to get syslog to log the sftp activities within
the chroot.

If I connect via sftp to a non-chroot env the daemon will log the
transactions as expected:

i.e.

Feb 11 10:35:20 XXXXXXXXXX sftp-server[11797]: [ID 8000

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Fwd: sftp running in chroot env 2010-02-12
Steve Szabo (steve g szabo gmail com)
Re: sftp running in chroot env 2010-02-12
Jan Chadima (jchadima redhat com)
sftp posix rename 2010-02-10
Sergey Smirnov (svs1957 gmail com)
I have files monitoring system based on Linux inotify.
When CLOSE_WRITE or MOVED_TO inotify events occur on file it's processed somehow.
The problem is that some clients put temporary files via sftp and then rename it to real files name.
Inotify catch only CREATE event on those files because sftp se

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chroot and access to directory OTHER than user's home directory..... 2010-02-09
Jon Price (jonelwoodprice gmail com) (4 replies)
Hi,

I need to allow multiple users (users connecting from different
machines) access to a box so they can all drop (via sftp) files in a
common drop area, say /Whatever/Drop.
If I use OpenSSH with chroot and a single account "dropaccount", then
all users can access that account via sftp given the a

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Re: chroot and access to directory OTHER than user's home directory..... 2010-02-10
Dan Nelson (dnelson allantgroup com)
Re: chroot and access to directory OTHER than user's home directory..... 2010-02-10
Wood Chris tatravelcenters com (1 replies)
Re: chroot and access to directory OTHER than user's home directory..... 2010-02-10
Lars Nooden (lars curator gmail com)
Re: chroot and access to directory OTHER than user's home directory..... 2010-02-10
Robert Hajime Lanning (robert lanning gmail com)
Re: chroot and access to directory OTHER than user's home directory..... 2010-02-09
Derek Martin (code pizzashack org) (1 replies)
RE: Compiling openssh-5.3p1 with openssl 0.9.8k fails 2010-02-04
Yossi Shmulevitch (yshmulev) (yshmulev cisco com)

Hi,

I've been trying to compile openssh-5.3p1 with openssl 0.9.8k.
I'm using:
- gcc version 3.4.6 20060404 (Red Hat 3.4.6-9)
- Platform :
Linux ... 2.6.9-67.0.7.ELsmp #1 SMP ... i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 4 (Nahant Update 6)

My target platform is CentOS 4.7.

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openssh-5.3p1 chroot selinux error on CentOS-5.4 2010-02-02
James B. Byrne (byrnejb harte-lyne ca) (1 replies)
I built and installed openssh-5.3p1 on an x86_64 host running
CentOs-5.4. These are the build options:

./configure --prefix=/opt --with-libedit --with-md5-passwords
--with-pam --with-selinux --with-tcp-wrappers

OpenSSH has been configured with the following options:
User bina

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Re: openssh-5.3p1 chroot selinux error on CentOS-5.4 2010-02-14
Jon Kibler (Jon Kibler aset com)
Re: Port forwarding and access restriction 2010-02-01
Michael Goffioul (michael goffioul lincor com) (1 replies)
Hi Izak,

Thanks for your answer, but I think I didn't make myself clear enough
(or I simply didn't understand your answer, which is still possible...).
I don't want to restrict access to SSH logins, I want to restrict access
to a local port forwarding. Here's the complete story.

I have a server

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Re: Port forwarding and access restriction 2010-02-02
Derek Martin (code pizzashack org)
Re: Port forwarding and access restriction 2010-02-01
Dominique Dumont (domi komarr gre hp com)
On Friday 29 January 2010 12:06:25 Michael Goffioul wrote:
> Hi,
>
> When creating a local port forwarding with SSH (using the -L command flag),
> is it possible to limit the number of clients that will be able to connect
> to the local port?
>
> Let's say I do:
>
> ssh -L 0.0.0.0:36725:localho

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Re: cant login with ssh through reverse ssh tunnel 2010-01-29
sarta53 (sarta53 yahoo com)
> I think you need to replace:
>
> ssh -R 7071:127.0.0.1:22 -p 22 user@home_ip_address
>
> with
>
> ssh -R 7071:IP_WORK_COMPUTER:22 -p 22 user@home_ip_address
>
> also, try passing the -v for verbose for debugging.
>
> cheers,
> --scm

Thanks, I tried changing the IP but got the same error.

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Port forwarding and access restriction 2010-01-29
Michael Goffioul (michael goffioul lincor com)
Hi,

When creating a local port forwarding with SSH (using the -L command flag), is
it possible to limit the number of clients that will be able to connect to the
local port?

Let's say I do:

ssh -L 0.0.0.0:36725:localhost:7777 user@hostname

Can I limit the number of accepted clients on port 367

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