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ssh issue

subhashni
Regular Advisor

ssh issue

Hi,
Any idea about the below error messgae regarding ssh authentication.
user@server's passwd:
Permission denied, please try again.

Thanks
unix4me
1 REPLY
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: ssh issue

No, but you might get more useful information
if you add "-v" to the "ssh" command.

As usual, it might help if you offered some
useful information, like, say:

1: Output from:

sizer -v

ssh -V

2. Comparable identity/version info about the
system into which you're trying to "ssh".

3. Whether you can log into that system in
any way other than "ssh", using the same user
name and password. (For example, "rsh" or
"telnet".)

4. The actual "ssh" command you used.

Also, making everything anonymous
("user@server") tends to hide potentially
useful details.