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Re: Tramp under Windoze: should "semicommercial" SSH2 work?


From: George McBane
Subject: Re: Tramp under Windoze: should "semicommercial" SSH2 work?
Date: Mon, 19 May 2008 10:27:37 -0400
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Michael Albinus wrote:

Could you, please, evaluate before the test
   (setq tramp-verbose 10)
If you run Tramp 2.0, you need also
   (setq tramp-debug-buffer t)

Rerun the test. There will be another buffer *debug tramp/ssh2_old
address@hidden, which might explain to us what happens.

After I do ^G to regain control, the "tramp" buffer is empty but the
"debug" buffer contains (I'm having some trouble with special characters
in the newsreader)
# Looking for regexp "^.*\([pP]assword\|passphrase\).*:address@hidden *" from 
remote shell
# Looking for regexp ".*ogin\( .*\)?: *" from remote shell
# Looking for regexp "^[^#$%>
]*[#$%>] *" from remote shell
# Looking for regexp "^[^#$%>
]*[#$%>] *\(^[\[[0-9;]*[a-zA-Z] *\)*" from remote shell
# Looking for regexp "^.*\(Connection \(?:\(?:clo\|refu\)sed\)\|Host key 
verification failed\.\|Login \(?:[Ii]ncorrect\)\|Name or service not 
known\|\(?:Permission denied\|Sorry, try again\)\.\).*\|^.*\(Received signal 
[0-9]+\).*" from remote shell
# Looking for regexp "\(Are you sure you want to continue connecting 
(yes/no)\?\)\s-*" from remote shell
# Looking for regexp "\(\(?:Store key in cache\? (y/\|Update cached key\? (y/n, 
Return cancels connectio\)n)\)\s-*" from remote shell
# Looking for regexp "\(TERM = (.*)\|Terminal type\? \[.*\]\)\s-*" from remote 
shell
# Looking for regexp "" from remote shell




If I open an ordinary Command Prompt shell under Windows and type ssh2 -l username machine.domain

I get a password prompt:
username's password:  (and I type it in)

I then get a welcome message that lists the last unsuccessful login, the last 
login,
a "Welcome" banner, followed by
ds001 %

which is the shell prompt.  So this works as expected.


Thanks,
George.


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