sudo with virsh
scar at drigon.com
Tue Feb 2 18:34:49 UTC 2010
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Markus Schönhaber @ 02/01/2010 05:49 PM:
> There's no typo in the IP given for Hostname, i. e. you're not
> effectively connecting to the local machine?
certainly not ;-) the prompt reflects the remote machine's name after
>>> If so, does restarting sshd change anything?
>> i tried 'sudo /etc/init.d/ssh restart', doesn't seem to change anything.
>>> Or maybe there's something unusual with your sshd_config?
>> here is /etc/ssh/sshd_config (i removed commented-out stuff):
> Looks pretty standard to me. In fact, it looks exactly like what I have
> on the machine I logged into to make sure I don't see the same effect as
> you do.
very strange, unfortunately. must be some strange setting i tweaked at
> Sorry, I'm out of ideas.
thanks so much for your help. i am definitely closer to the root of the
i think i'll check out some mailing lists related to libvirt and/or
openssh, and report back my conclusion.
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