> Hmmm, good question; it should just work. The error your autobuild is
> "Authentication failure" which implies that the ssh server isn't set
> up correctly to authenticate using the public key generated by the test
> suite. What version of sshd do you have on that system? Maybe OpenSuSE
IIRC I installed a version from CVS around mid January 2007;
have just now updated with a recent version - perhaps this fixes ir already....
> has patched that sshd to disallow what the test suite is doing, or has
> changed some option from the default and it's not being set back by the
> test suite. I've added a couple more such options in CVS, but I don't
> know if there are any more.
> Do you have a non-empty file /etc/hosts.allow, /etc/hosts.deny,
> /etc/ssh/shosts.equiv, ~/.shosts, ~/.rhosts ? Does your sshd allow
> DSA keys? Do the generated files curl_*_key* files in the tests directory
> look correct? Are you running SELinux or other hardened infrastructure
> that might interfere somehow with sshd authentication?
> I've turned on an sshd option that allows debugging of its connections
> There may be clues in log/ssh.log file now as to why it's not
it seems to me that its probably related to the cronjob user which runs the test...
see recent build log...
Received on 2007-03-28