SSH trouble again
adam at adamsutton.co.uk
Fri Oct 19 10:01:42 PDT 2001
> Now to the important thing, your problem..? I can't say that this
> will help, but it is something to check anyway. About the tty you
> > The debug message I get which seems to be the most important is
> > # You have no controlling tty. Cannot read passphrase.
> I guess this is as root (#)? Maybe if you `tty'; then `ls' whatever
> it says (for example):
> $ ls -l $(tty)
> crw--w---- 1 jan tty 136, 0 Oct 19 10:41 /dev/pts/0
I get the same thing, with adam instead of jan of course :)
> This is what I get from my current tty. What do you get? Are you using
> devpts, devfs, or something? Do you get the same error from a regular
> tty (e.g. /dev/tty[1-6])? Switch to a vt if you aren't already and try
> from there.
I am using devpts
I have tried using a VT, exactly the same problem :(
It's really annoying, I know this is likely to turn out to be something
really stupid, but it is really annoying not being able to ssh out from the
Any other ideas ?
I really don't want to resort to using a precompiled binary, as that kinda
defeats the object of this whole excercise, ie to learn more about linux.
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