|Re: EGit now forcing GSSAPI-WITH-MIC? [message #1823461 is a reply to message #1823130]
||Thu, 26 March 2020 21:51
| Thomas Wolf
Registered: August 2016
EGit 5.8.0 would be EGit nightly. Do you have https://download.eclipse.org/egit/updates-nightly/ in the update sites configured in your Eclipse? That might explain why it updated to that version.|
However, I have this version installed in my Eclipse, too, and I don't see the problems you described. The preferences you mention are honored in my Eclipse.
EGit would use GSSAPI if the server replied initially that it supported it *and* if you had not unchecked it.
However: do check your ~/.ssh/config: does that set PreferredAuthentications? If so, that overrides the Eclipse preference settings.
When the GSSAPI authentication is not successful, the next method tried should usually be "publickey", and the connection should work. Unless your ~/.ssh/config does set PreferredAuthentications and it doesn't include "publickey" (or the server didn't adevrtise this authentication method).
To downgrade if reverting to a previous installation state doesn't work, you could uninstall EGit 5.8.0 and re-install EGit 5.6.1 or 5.7.0.
Also, which Eclipse version are you using?
[Updated on: Thu, 26 March 2020 21:53]
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