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davorin:
Does someone know a working SSH client for OS9?

Latest MacSSH throws errors as it can negotiate a secure connection for example to a Debian 8 or FreeBSD 10 system.

Mat:
I donīt face any problems with MacSSH PPC Version 2.1fc3, connecting to 3 years old Lubuntu and latest Debian Kernel Servers.

Did you create a keypair, and select the proper Encryption, Authentication and Compression methods?

davorin:
So you're saying MacSSH won't let me do ssh connection without installing a public key on the SSH server?


Copied now testwise the exported public key on my local Debian machine...tried all SSH2 settings..but getting always:


--- Code: ---lsh: handle_connection: Received packet of type 20 (KEXINIT)
lsh: Received KEXINIT message. Key exchange initated.
lsh: keyexchange.c:209: Unknown: Raising exception No common key exchange method.
 (type 4096), using handler installed by connection.c:282: Unknown
lsh: Protocol error: No common key exchange method.

--- End code ---

Mat:

--- Quote from: davorin on May 18, 2016, 06:31:25 AM ---So you're saying MacSSH won't let me do ssh connection without installing a public key on the SSH server?
--- End quote ---
No. I am saying that MacSSH client needs a locally newly created keypair once for all later SS2 connections.
See the QuickStart document provided with MacSSH.

Sadly I cannot help you with further advices as I am no ssh professional. I just can use MacSSH without problems and latest Linux kernels.

Protools5LEGuy:
SSH is Chinese to me. But just in case:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/macssh/

SSH2 client for MacOS before X, based on BetterTelnet, lsh and GUSI.

http://saf.bio.caltech.edu/macssh_instruct.html

http://www.club.cc.cmu.edu/~rbraun/macssh/




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