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Freelance software developer with an extended experience in the Apple Macintosh platform (started in the CodeWarrior/CFM/68k/Mac toolbox/pre-PPC/pre-Carbon/pre-Cocoa era). I do some incursions in the iOS, linux, web and windows worlds occasionally (in that order).


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comment Enable SSH on a Mac in single user mode
The server might not be able to spawn a shell? You can try ssh -vvv root@192.168.0.3 -p 4212 to see (really) verbose output from the client side, or even on the server side put ssh in debug mode to see what is happening (with sshd -d -p 4212).
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comment Enable SSH on a Mac in single user mode
I tend to write full paths in my answers to avoid surprises due to badly configured PATH variables. I use that command often and it works for me, on 10.6 and 10.7, although not in single user mode I have to admit. Are you connecting in ssh as root?
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