Subject: Re: Upgrade bad for s/key login?
To: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Julian Coleman <J.D.Coleman@newcastle.ac.uk>
Date: 06/01/1999 10:01:01
matthew green wrote:
> julian, the work around is to use a same-bytesex machine :)
Hmm. As I'm back at the console, I gave up and generated a new set ;-)
While I'm here, why does it do this :
Enter secret password:
Again secret password:
ID user s/key is 99 host46303
Next login password: DRAM SEN RATE RAYS TURF MIN
$ telnet host
Password [s/key 98 host46303]:
I.e., why not ask for 99, which is what seemed to be implied earlier?
PS. Anyone tried to display their s/key from a remote connection? It seems
to only accept LF not CR at the end of the password prompt. Presumably this
is a side affect of the tty settings (it doesn't print a new line after I
enter the password either).
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