Hi, i have a very stupid and annoying problem;/ I wrote a simple script: require 'rubygems' require 'net/ssh' Net::SSH.start('host',:username => 'user',:password => 'pass') do |session| shell=session.shell.open shell.dir shell.exit $stdout.print shell.stdout while shell.stdout? $stderr.puts "-- stderr: --" $stderr.print shell.stderr while shell.stderr? end All the time I have the same error: c:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/net-ssh-2.0.4/lib/net/ssh.rb:195:in `start': Net::SSH::AuthenticationFailed I tried a lot of diffrent script with ssh, but all the time I have still the same error Any suggestions what's wrong ?? THX
on 2008-11-10 14:10
on 2008-11-10 14:48
> c:/ruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/net-ssh-2.0.4/lib/net/ssh.rb:195:in > `start': Net::SSH::AuthenticationFailed ... > Any suggestions what's wrong ?? I apologise for stating the obvious, but it looks like a wrong username and/or password. Or it could be that there is something else at the server side which is rejecting the connection, e.g. it's possible to configure ssh accounts so they only accept connections from a particular IP address, or so that they can only run certain commands (not shells). Looking at sshd logs on the far side could help to determine the problem. Even better, try running sshd in debug mode, bound to a different port: # sshd -d -p 99 This will stay in the foreground without forking, and show you the processing of incoming connections. Add :port=>99 to your client of course.