Originally Posted by apos
...Short question: is this version binary compatible? It seams to be, because a log-file is created, so the daemon seams to be running:
/mnt/ext1/applications/pb_sshd/usr/sbin/sshd: /lib/libcrypto.so.0.9.8: no version information available (required by /mnt/ext1/applications/pb_sshd/usr/sbin/sshd)
THX in advance
Try editing sshd_start.app (it's a shell script) and replace "-q" with "-d" in the sshd command. You should get much more information in the log file as to why the login failed. Note that this puts sshd into debug mode, which means it runs only once per session and isn't backgrounded.
As to whether the files are binary compatible, I don't know but I hope so. It's strange that poterm won't work for you either. Did you get a recent version? Check out the rsh application for getting shell access if this doesn't work. It doesn't require anything but a shell script, and should work as long as nc
is available on the 912. Look in the sticky section of the forum for paola's collection of links for the Pro series of devices.
I hope you can get this going. I've been doing some development recently for my 902, and scp
has been so much better than using the USB cable for uploading new app versions and test books.