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You are printing random error messages since igetuid() did not (and can not) fail. You only use perror() after a system call fails, and only once.


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The problem was nothing with the setting, but was about my own design of the kernel. After revising some of the bug, the kernel can be booted successfully:


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You have the client (and, I believe, also the server) installed. But you're not running the server on your machine (it's not started by default on Crux). Add sshd to the SERVICES setting in /etc/rc.conf. See the handbook. This will take care of starting the SSH server at boot time. For now, run /etc/rc.d/sshd start. As per the FAQ, you may want to ...



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