I can SSH from machine A to B as user ross on both, using key-based login. ssh-agent is running under KDE on A. A is Debian wheezy, B is Debian squeeze.
However, when I do the following sequence on A:
sux # change to root with X credentials ssh -i /home/ross/.ssh/id_rsa ross@B
A window pops up with the message “The authenticity of host ‘xxx’
can’t be established. RSA key fingerprint is YYY. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
The title is “OpenSSH Authentication Passphrase Request” and it has 2
buttons, “OK” and “Cancel”. When I click OK I get a message, in my original terminal, Host key verification failed.
Clicking cancel doesn’t change the result. Operating in a shell from which I have unset DISPLAY and the SSH_AGENT variables doesn’t change the result (there’s no popup, just an immediate verification failure).
I would be very grateful if anyone could explain what’s going and what I can do to get past this. I have checked permissions of the relevant files for ross and root on A, and they appear to be in order. On A, root’s .ssh/ has only a known_hosts file.
I have never encountered this popup before; I have only seen the “Are you sure you want to continue connecting” in the same terminal from which I ran ssh, and I can reply on the command line. I don’t know where the popup is coming from.
My speculation is that because of the popup all my responses are taken as “No” for continuing connecting.
I have to run as root for sshuttle.
Thanks. Ross Boylan
Posted by: in Debian-User on February 27th, 2015
Apparently you have nvidia-glx installed from the backports. So, correct way to install nvidia-settings would be
sudo aptitude -t wheezy-backports install nvidia-settings
With Debian Sid: when gv reads a `.ps’ file, page numbers are half cut off. The same file and its footers are properly read by gv in older Debian boxes.
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Searching, I find
sudo nvidia-xconfig –no-use-edid-dpi
which generates a etc/X11/xorg.conf file disabling the DPI info from the monitor’s EDID.
Then you would edit the xorg.conf file’s monitor section and put something agreeable here:
Option “DPI” “96 x 96″
I guess the DPI ratio should correspond to your TV’s resolution (or something). In other words, unless you got a square TV, 96 x 96 is probably not the way you want to go.
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2015 09:31:14 +0300
Output is independent of the -v option.
peter@dalton:~$ mount -v -t ext2 LABEL=GRNSDHC41
mount: only root can do that peter@dalton:~$ mount -t ext2 LABEL=GRNSDHC41
mount: only root can do that
Regards, … Peter E.
Hallo, ich habe seit debian 8 Schwierigkeiten mit Kmail und IMAP Servern, ich benutze zum Beispiel den IMAP Server von Gmail. Andauernd kann ich nicht mehr auf die Emails zugreifen. Sie werden nicht mehr angezeigt, ein abholen des Ordnerinhalts funktioniert ewig oder es steht da es befindet sich im Offline Modus und ob ich online gehen m
I bought a new Toshiba lap top and want to copy the files from my old Toshiba lap top to the new one. They both have Debian, the latest version, so can I just hook up usb to usb and copy that way? If so would I need a certain command to do it?
Just a thought to make it easier since the old one’s dvd burner no longer works.
So they log in, and see “/” as the remote working directory?
Depending on the sftp software they’re running, this is normal, as they’re in the root directory for their session. if they run a ‘ls’
command, they should see any available files/directories in their root directory as defined by how you set them up.