Bugzilla – Bug 7001
gsi-sshterm cannot be used anymore after upgrade to 5.0.1
Last modified: 2010-04-20 04:44:22
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gsi-sshterm (see http://sourceforge.net/projects/gsi-sshterm/files/) fails
after update from GT 5.0.0 to GT 5.0.1. It will not use the certificate and
this will end up with login failed for user unknown:
Apr 16 11:36:10 host gsisshd: Invalid user unknown from [ip]
Apr 16 11:36:10 host gsisshd: Failed unknown for invalid user unknown
from [ip] port 45568 ssh2
Apr 16 11:36:28 host gsisshd: SSH: Server;Ltype: Version;Remote:
[ip]-45570;Protocol: 2.0;Client: http://www.sshtools.com J2SSH [CLIENT]
We are running Suse Linux SLES11 on ppc architecture
Rob v.d. Wal
Likely it is because of Bug 6911. It seems the GSI-SSHTerm project has still
not made a new release containing the patch we contributed to add support for
the RFC 4462 authentication methods. We'll contact them about it.
Thanks. So it's not the GT itself.
I got the go ahead from Dave Meredith to make a new file release (0.91h) which
contains the patches for gssapi-keyex & gssapi-with-mic authentication methods.
This should now be the default download on the GSI-SSHTERM SourceForge page.
Thanks Jon. I think the new GSI-SSHTERM release resolves this issue. If not,
please re-open this bug. Sorry we didn't discover this problem earlier.
Thanks. The problem is indeed solved with the new version.
Rob v.d. Wal