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You can list the /opt directories before the system path and the shell will prefer the first match for ssh unless a script explicitly calls the system version. By default, MacPorts lists /opt/ in your $PATH before the standard system paths. I would inspect your ~/.bash_profile carefully to make sure there are no typos.
I'll take a stab at #1. It looks like the sandbox prevents the application from producing new threads. From what I found online, the sandbox functionality was only recently introduced in OpenSSH 5.8 so if someone finds a bug in OpenSSH that is limited only by the sandbox, they could exploit this attack vector. The question is, do you have a team of ...
On Mac OS X 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion) you also need to comment out the following line in /etc/sshd_config: # The default is to check both .ssh/authorized_keys and .ssh/authorized_keys2 # but this is overridden so installations will only check .ssh/authorized_keys #AuthorizedKeysFile .ssh/authorized_keys
For reference - this is exactly what I was looking for: http://www.eigenspace.org/2011/07/fixing-osx-lion-dns-search-domains/
I found the following code in a file I didn't open for a long time. It enables Remote Login on a remote device. Save the script somewhere (from now on referred to as /path/to/script/). Copy the script to the other device. tell application "System Preferences" to set current pane to pane "com.apple.preferences.sharing" tell application "System Events" to ...
I had the same problem and found the answer here: Mavericks update broke ssh key-based authentication Basically, you can't use authorized_keys2 anymore (an old default). Rename the file to "authorized_keys" and it should work again (it did so for me). mv ~/.ssh/authorized_keys2 ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
Screen is the best way to do it. The command is available under both Mac OS X 10.7 and 10.8. I configured the console sessions in GNS3 to use Terminal and screen with the following command: /usr/bin/osascript -e 'tell application "terminal" to do script with command "screen telnet %h %p ; exit"' This can be found in GNS3>Preferences>General>Terminal ...
Using brew openssl and openssh fixes the PCKS#8 issue on Mavericks. brew update brew install openssl brew link openssl --force brew install openssh # confirm correct bins are being used # both should be located in /usr/local/bin which openssl which openssh # add key back to keychain ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa I'm not sure if force linking openssl breaks ...
Using brew openssl and openssh fixes the issue. brew update brew install openssl brew link openssl --force brew install openssh # confirm correct bins are being used # both should be located in /usr/local/bin which openssl which openssh # add key back to keychain ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa I'm not sure if force linking openssl breaks anything on Mavricks. So ...
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