Re: Linux ssh Logon error prompt

From: Radoulov, Dimitre <>
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2013 14:07:02 +0100
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Hi Ndidi,

On 20/12/2013 12:31, Ndidi Ibeachum wrote:
> [...]
> The Environment is Oracle Enterprise Linux 6 (x86-64). I am
> configuring some Linux servers for an oracle installation.
> I noticed that after setting up the environments and user equivalence
> using included in the GI package, using ssh
> to log on to another server succeeds but throws the following error
> after login:
> /-bash: [/bin/bash: no such file or directory/
> This problem does not happen when I log on to any users shell
> normally, it only does using ssh to another server.
> I have checked the $PATH variables and /etc/profile, the .bash_profile
> for all the users and all the servers.
> I also tried loading the path variables in .bashrc.
> I have created another user afresh and tested and it still gives the
> same error.


On the remote server I would check for:

  1. chroot configuration in sshd_config.
  2. The output of ldd /bin/bash for missing libraries.


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