"Roy S. Rapoport" wrote:
> Well this is bizarre.
> Default install of openssh on this linux box (originally RedHat
> but I think someone's put a new kernel on it -- it reports itself
> as 2.2.12-20 when I do uname -a.  Sorry, Solaris is my forte, not
> Linux).
> It all works.
> Oh, except for logging in using password authentication.  It
> prompts for a password, but reports incorrect password.  And,
> umm, I'm pretty darn sure I type it correctly.  That's not an issue.
> How the heck do I debug this?
> -roy

Try searching the archive before submitting questions.  This is from a
previous post.

On Wed, Aug 08, 2001 at 06:32:23AM -0500, Daniel Fayette wrote:
> Sir,
>       Can you give me a break down of all the steps you did to get openssh to
> work with RH 6.2.  I have been haveing the same problem you described.

All I did was unroll openssh-2.9p2 and openssl-0.9.6a, compiled
and cp contrib/redhat/sshd.pam /etc/pam.d/sshd. I think that was it!


Wow a memory-mapped fork bomb! Now what on earth did you expect? - lkml

Dan Fayette
Senior Network Engineer
USTRANSCOM / J6-TE (Test and Engineering)
NCI Information Systems Inc.
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