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- ssh server fpr Win9x?
- Jens MÃ¼ller
September 26, 2003, 11:38 am
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Re: ssh server fpr Win9x?
No, it doesn't. You can't have a true "service" on 98/ME. That imposes
I think you can't have anything running unless a user is "logged in".
For my home machine, that's not a concern, it just sits with me logged
in all the time.
I have a shortcut in my startup folder so it runs when I log in. The
shortcut is to C:\cygwin\sshd.bat, at that file looks like this...
bash --login -c "/usr/sbin/sshd"
That's it.. it starts up and runs in the background. I've never managed
to log in using any of my ME user/password information, but key
authentication works just fine.
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