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Whenever I try to ssh some place, that happens:

$ ssh user@someip
MK-AUTH/Debian Linux V4
user@someip's password: 

I type the correct password and it does not work. I guess the problem is related with "MK-AUTH/Debian Linux V4". It has not appeared before.

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Have you tried ssh'ing somewhere else? – Daniel Beck Jun 25 '12 at 17:48
    
You are trying to ssh by IP, instead of by name? Perhaps the machine you are connecting to isn't the machine you want. Did you get a server key change warning? – Don Simon Jun 25 '12 at 18:15

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