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Old 09-23-2004, 04:24 PM   #1
Registered: Mar 2004
Location: manila, philippines
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configuring Openssh at cygwin

im have resently installed cygwin version 2.427 in XP

now i have problem regarding OpenSS configuration.
i run this command as ordinary user in cygwin:

and i got this WARNING!

group and other have been revoked write permission to your home directory /home/postgres. this is required by OpenSSH to allow public key authentication using the key files stored in your .ssh subdirectory.
Revert this change ONLY if you know what you are doing!

Setfacl: illegal acl entries
/home/postgres/.ssh couldn't be given the correct permissions.
Please try to solve this problem.
and thats what im try to solve but no luck.. anybody can help me, know around in OpenSSH for cygwin?? thanks in advance..


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