I am using Debian or Windows with Putty to connect to a remote Debian machine via SSH. The remote machine (Debian) behaves differently from the other SSH servers I know so far.
Whenever I run a command in the SSH console that failes, the connection is closed and the SSH client exits.
- I log into the remote machine.
- I execute cd /not-exixting-directory.
- The SSH client reports the server has closed the connection.
What may be the reason for this behavior and what can I do about it?