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August 25, 2005, 1:56 pm
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with 'PermitRootLogin=yes' in sshd_config I get the following
if rlogin=false for root, no ssh connection possible:-
Received disconnect from x.x.x.x: 2: Remote login for account root is
Changing rlogin=true for root allows login.
I was under the impression that the 'PermitRootLogin' setting overrides
the rlogin=false setting (Docs I have read certainly indicate this).
Apparently a collegue has managed to get this working using the same
settings (Only difference is that he is using openssh3.7.1).
Has anyone else seen this behaviour and does anyone have a config
change to allow root logins with ssh without enabling rlogin?
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