Re: Can't access server from user console
Date: 23 Jun 2003 05:36:23 -0700
More complete information follows on my original post:
OS: linux 2.0.39
SSH: SSH, V2.1.0pl
Message returned from login attempt to remote host:
You have no controlling tty and no DISPLAY. Cannot read passphrase.
warning: Authentication failed.
Any ideas? Unetter
firstname.lastname@example.org (U Netter) wrote in message
news:<email@example.com>... > I have had
no trouble using SSH client from root account using console > login
(no X forwarding). When I try to access a server from a user >
account, I get cr ashes with requests for DISPLAY variable, error >
messages that I have no controlling tty--indicating to me that the >
server is responding as if I had specified X-fowarding, which I did >
not. I am only interested in text interaction from a term--no X >
session. Thanks for any suggestions. firstname.lastname@example.org
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