SSH From within a Jail
fbsd at metro.cx
Sun Nov 13 20:25:57 GMT 2005
Koen Martens wrote:
> d c wrote:
>>I currently am running Freebsd 6.0 Release.
>>I am experimenting with jails and have run into a
>>problem. I need to ssh from within my jail to another
>>server. Actually I need to use scp. WHen I try it I
>>get the error: "Host key verification failed."
> This could also be something related to permissions on the .ssh
> directory, but you cleared that out of the way if i understand the
> rest of this thread correctly. I remember having this problem once,
> but can't remember right now what i did to solve it.. I usually
> compile openssh from source anyway, so you might try that. If that
> works, it would probably be interesting to see what is the
> difference between your own hand-rolled openssh and the one that
> came with your world.
Just remembered something else: do you jexec into the jail, or do
you do a proper logon (eg. ssh into the jail). I think that if you
jexec into the jail and then try to ssh, you might have a problem
because you aren't really logged in to the jail and thus have no
(psuedo) tty associated with your session..
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