Description of problem:
When I want to connect to the server via ssh, I click on "GO" and "Connect to the server". Then I fill in the login dialogue and after I click on "OK", I get a warning message informing me that this is a first time connection and that the identity of the server cannot be verified.
When I hit "Connect anyway", there is an error message "Login dialog cancelled".
It does not connect without informing me why that happened. It also does not ask the password for the connection and behaves as if I clicked on "Cancel before."
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Cannot connect via ssh.
Connection should be available or at least providing enough debugging information why it was not possible.
Do you use lxqt-openssh-askpass?
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