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RE: SSHD 3.4 : cannot start a different service from the shell
- From: Jochen Wiedmann <joe at ispsoft dot de>
- To: Vince Hoffman <Vince dot Hoffman at uk dot circle dot com>
- Cc: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 11:46:04 +0200 (CEST)
- Subject: RE: SSHD 3.4 : cannot start a different service from the shell
- References: <3500515B75D9D311948800508BA379559506D2@EX-LONDON>
as written in a separate mail (with the wrong subject, though,
sorry! :-) it was caused by the permissions of /var/empty.
After changing them from 700 to 755 it now works perfectly well.
Quoting Vince Hoffman <Vince.Hoffman@uk.circle.com>:
> Could this be another issue with pub key auth ? (wild speculation only)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jochen Wiedmann [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 10 September 2002 07:52
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> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: SSHD 3.4 : cannot start a different service from the shell
> Ulrich Voss wrote:
> > I have a slightly different problem than everybody else after
> > upgrading to the newest version of OpenSSH (3.4p1). SSHD starts
> > fine and I can login as before. But I can't start another service
> > logging on the machine.
> > I user SSH for tunneling VNC traffic. I have normally switched off
> > vnc for various reasons and start it after logging in with "net start
> > winvnc". This worked fine for months now, but after upgrading to
> > OpenSSH 3.4 I get the error "System Fehler 5 aufgetreten" which
> > should translate to sth. like "system error 5 has occured". I can
> > start and stop winvnc from the local console fine. Only when logged
> > in remote via ssh I get this error.
> I can confirm the problem, no solution though. Sorry. However, I
> can supply an additional piece of information.
> The problem seems to be related to the NT security. On the box in
> question I have two users in group administrators: One local user
> and a remote user (my NT domain user). Both can stop and start
> services when logged in via PCAnyWhere. The former can when logged
> in via SSH, the latter cant.
> Any hint welcome,
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