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From "Maarten Coene (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (IVY-836) SSH resolver doesn't support keyboard-interactive authentication
Date Wed, 11 Jun 2008 20:34:46 GMT

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Maarten Coene updated IVY-836:
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    Description: 
I send the following already to the user mailing list ....

Currently I'm not able to use ivy:publish in conjunction with ssh on our
server (=> Auth fail). As far as I understood it, it has something to do
with the way the password is handled over and that password authentication
is not enabled on the server.

I digged a bit in the code, also experimented  with ant's scp and found
out that if I slightly modify the  Code of CfUserInfo in SshCache.java in
a way that it implements also the UIKeyboardInteractive of JSch it works
for me.

    private static class CfUserInfo implements UserInfo,
UIKeyboardInteractive {

....

                public String[] promptKeyboardInteractive(String
destination,
                                String name, String instruction, String[]
prompt, boolean[] echo) {
                        return new String[] { getPassword() };
                }

I know that this is not the intended way but in the moment the best I have
as I do not have the ssh server under control.

Is it possible to have this change permanently or even better, is there
some way of configuring this, which I have overseen?

Thanks -- Tobias



  was:

I send the following already to the user mailing list ....

Currently I'm not able to use ivy:publish in conjunction with ssh on our
server (=> Auth fail). As far as I understood it, it has something to do
with the way the password is handled over and that password authentication
is not enabled on the server.

I digged a bit in the code, also experimented  with ant's scp and found
out that if I slightly modify the  Code of CfUserInfo in SshCache.java in
a way that it implements also the UIKeyboardInteractive of JSch it works
for me.

    private static class CfUserInfo implements UserInfo,
UIKeyboardInteractive {

....

                public String[] promptKeyboardInteractive(String
destination,
                                String name, String instruction, String[]
prompt, boolean[] echo) {
                        return new String[] { getPassword() };
                }

I know that this is not the intended way but in the moment the best I have
as I do not have the ssh server under control.

Is it possible to have this change permanently or even better, is there
some way of configuring this, which I have overseen?

Thanks -- Tobias



        Summary: SSH resolver doesn't support keyboard-interactive authentication  (was: Improve
SSH Compatibility)

> SSH resolver doesn't support keyboard-interactive authentication
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: IVY-836
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IVY-836
>             Project: Ivy
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Core
>    Affects Versions: 2.0.0-beta-2
>            Reporter: Tobias Himstedt
>            Assignee: Maarten Coene
>
> I send the following already to the user mailing list ....
> Currently I'm not able to use ivy:publish in conjunction with ssh on our
> server (=> Auth fail). As far as I understood it, it has something to do
> with the way the password is handled over and that password authentication
> is not enabled on the server.
> I digged a bit in the code, also experimented  with ant's scp and found
> out that if I slightly modify the  Code of CfUserInfo in SshCache.java in
> a way that it implements also the UIKeyboardInteractive of JSch it works
> for me.
>     private static class CfUserInfo implements UserInfo,
> UIKeyboardInteractive {
> ....
>                 public String[] promptKeyboardInteractive(String
> destination,
>                                 String name, String instruction, String[]
> prompt, boolean[] echo) {
>                         return new String[] { getPassword() };
>                 }
> I know that this is not the intended way but in the moment the best I have
> as I do not have the ssh server under control.
> Is it possible to have this change permanently or even better, is there
> some way of configuring this, which I have overseen?
> Thanks -- Tobias

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