Re: Cannot ssh from jail
- From: Tom Evans <tevans.uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 04 Oct 2007 09:20:25 +0100
On Thu, 2007-10-04 at 10:17 +0200, Kim Attree wrote:
LI Xin wrote:
Tom Evans wrote:I had the same problem, setup SSHD in the jail, ssh'ed into that, and
Hi stable@, jail@ [jail@ plz cc me as I'm not subscribed]
I'm having some problems setting up some jails for semi-isolated
development (ie, so we can isolate the developers into a jail, give them
all the root access they want, and not worry about them blowing up more
than their own jail) on 6.2-RELEASE-p5.
I have set up a jail, using ezjail, which appeared to work fine. I can
start the jail, and use jexec to spawn a shell inside the jail. However,
if I then try to ssh from the jail to another box, ssh fails with the
error message (with -v):
I think the problem is that if you jexec into a jail then you don't have
a TTY at hand, so bad things would happen. If you login into the jail
by some ways (e.g. by ssh or telnet or whatever that spawns a TTY for
you) then it would work I bet.
then from there got a TTY and could ssh to anywhere.
Li is right, with jexec you don't get allocated a TTY.
Thanks guys, that works perfectly
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