Would like to seek for advice for an issue regarding Windows 10's new OpenSSH feature.
Firstly, I have installed the "ubuntu" from Windows Store following the support of Windows Subsystem for Linux. It functioned properly, ubuntu could by launched successfully from either cmd or powershell sessions locally (just type "ubuntu").
Then I installed "OpenSSH Server (beta)". After some setup, from another device I could SSH into the Windows machine, and it showed command prompt (cmd) as default. I could open a powershell session by just typing "powershell".
However, I could not launch ubuntu from neither cmd nor powershell in the SSH session. In either case, after I enter "ubuntu", it just loads a while and ended with nothing happened.
May I know if there are additional setup required to launch linux shell from cmd/powershell in Win 10 SSH? Would also like to see if there is a way to change the default terminal type (cmd/powershell/ubuntu etc.) upon SSH login , thanks!
(Reference: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/powershell/2017/12/15/using-the-openssh-beta-in-windows-10-fall-creators-update-and-windows-server-1709/ https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/microsoft/how-to-install-the-built-in-windows-10-openssh-server/)
========== UPDATE (25 Apr 2018) ==========
After following the guidlines below to set the local launch and activation rights, I managed to get ubuntu launchable from a SSH cmd session.
I could see the bash shell is launched. However, I could not type in anything in the terminal. It looked as if the cursor is freezed.
No error is observed in the Windows event viewer.
Kindly see if you have any ideas on this, thanks.