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Re: [nslu2-linux] newbie problem: do not see any directories after installing openssh

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  • Robert Hammond
    In message , zeddichus writes ... You have probably logged into an empty directory. Suggest a pwd command, it
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 25, 2007
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      In message <erskac+ulko@...>, zeddichus <marcus.mandl@...>
      writes
      >hi,
      >
      >i have a problem after installing openssh on my slug. i did unsling my
      >slug with version V2.3R63-uNSLUng-6.8-beta and updated ipkg.
      >
      >everything worked fine and i could get access with telnet.
      >
      >then i installed openssh following this description:
      >http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/HowTo/UseOpenSSHForRemoteAccess
      >
      >when i did try to connect to my slug via openssh (btw i use putty), he
      >did not recognize my private key but asked me for user and password.
      >he did accept my user and password and i could log-in. when i tried to
      >take a look at my directory, i saw that there was no directory at all
      >just /root/. as i am a linux newbie i read some information regarding
      >openssh. as i did not find any error i did and i could find any
      >information, i removed openssh and rebooted my slug.
      >
      >then i connected via telnet and as i wanted to take a look at my
      >directory (ls -la) there is none either?!?!
      >
      >when i type ls -la, i get the following information:
      >
      ># ls -la
      >drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Feb 25 19:08 .
      >drwxrwxr-x 22 admin everyone 4096 Feb 24 22:34 ..
      >
      >
      >who can help me? do i have to install openssh again? and what do i
      >have to do that i get access to other directories with openssh?
      >or how do i get access to other directories with telnet again?
      >
      You have probably logged into an empty directory.

      Suggest a pwd command, it will display the current working directory,
      probably /root which is empty by default. If this is the case then a
      cd / would take you back to the root directory.
      --
      Robert Hammond
      PGP:0x154144DA
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