thanks for your mail, I will try to do that, will take some time.
But: The strange thing is the following:
I also installed Linux 7.3 on a Wintel PC, and there is the same effect.
And even more strange: Everything worked perfect with
Linux 7.2 on that PC (not a Mac)! However, there is no LInux PPC 7.2.
Can the problem be caused by the new kernel in 7.3, and its
older version can fix it. What do you think?
It seems to me a strange bug in the system ????
Am Sonntag den, 2. Dezember 2001, um 12:34, schrieb Alexandre MOREL:
> For your ssh connection, check the rights on your directory, (after
> connection) check the status process sshd on the server. But if your
> connection is established you have certainly a problem with sshd. Check
> logs in your var directory.
> if you can access to your remote system send me the lines about your
> connection in the logs of sshd
> Sorry for my english, i'm just a french.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Christian Grosche" <Christian.Grosche(a)t-online.de>
> To: <suse-ppc(a)suse.com>
> Sent: Sunday, December 02, 2001 12:15 PM
> Subject: [suse-ppc] ssh Connection, Konsole freezes
>> Hi all Linux users,
>> I installed on my G3 Powerbook, 2000 edition, the new SuSE Linux 7.3
>> The installation worked fine. Also my T-DSL connection I could
>> establish -
>> on the FIRST run of the system. Rebooting the computer, that is on my
>> SECOND run of the system, caused that the T-DSL connection did no
>> longer work. I clicked on the internet symbol, there was this buzzing
>> lightning, anf then it stopped again. No connection!
>> Even more annoying was the following which I observed on the FIRST run,
>> was the following:
>> I started an ssh connection to a remote host, also a Linux System
>> I went through the
>> directories, made several times the command 'ls' (very simple), and
>> the console just freezed.
>> NOTHING worked any more. I had to kill the console.
>> Does anybody have an idea how this can be fixed?
>> I would appreciate any help!