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Re: Buster SSH




There were changes in SSH in stretch. And since you told about your
super old ".ssh" folder you keep tagging along, it could be the reason
it causes problems for you.
Here, take a look at release notes:
https://www.debian.org/releases/stable/amd64/release-notes/ch-information.en.html#openssh-protocol-and-cipher-support-changes


On 12.09.2017 03:30, Glenn English wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 11, 2017 at 9:49 PM, Cindy-Sue Causey
> <butterflybytes@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
>> I'm just feeding off your words such as key login. I don't know if
>> it's related or not, but I've been having that occasional extra step
>> that shows up before you can access your browser. I can't remember the
>> exact message, but last time it was something to the effect that
>> something didn't toggle on (login key didn't get unlocked?), likely at
>> bootup, and that it had something to do with keyring(s).
>>
>> "Coincidentally" and/or maybe not was that debian-archive-keyring just
>> updated so maybe something else related also upgraded at the same
>> time. Be it related or not, I haven't seen that message since but have
>> only rebooted maybe once or twice. It could end up happening again on
>> the next reboot.
>>
>> Time will tell.... :)
> It will indeed. I'll check to be sure my keyrings are all up to date,
> but I can't understand how a Debian keyring could have anything to do
> with SSH.
>
> Unless a maintainer got a bright idea...
>
> Thanks.
>
> --
> Glenn English
>