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From: Joerg Ruhe (Joerg.Ruheepost.de)
Date: Thu Apr 11 2002 - 12:45:32 CDT
thanks for your answer
> Make things easy for yourself. First return your ssh config file located
> in your home directory back to the default settings.
The default on my system was no ssh ssh config file in my home directory.
When I delete this file naturly I don't have this problem, since ssh only
reads the system-wide configuration file, but I need this file to apply
special settings for an user.
> Next ensure that the
> "ListenAddress" in /etc/ssh/sshd_config is set to your correct IP. Also
> set "PermitRootLogin" to no.
> Give "rcsshd reload" and then "rcsshd restart" ago and let me know what
Okay, "ListenAddress" was not set in my sshd_config and "PermitRootLogin" was
set to without-password. I changed the settings to your sugestions, but
nothing changed. Ssh still reads and applys the /etc/ssh/ssh_config before
the file in my home/.ssh directory.
Excuse me if made myself not totally clear in my first message ( or if I have
a wrong understanding of your sugestions ). I don't have any problems with
incoming ssh connections to that system, but with connections originating on
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