> It appears that tramp hangs when using the windows 10 native openssh.
Well, you're not the first one who reports this. I have no idea, whether
MS's ssh implementation is usable.
I cannot (and won't) test it myself; I don't use MS Windows.
> The only thing I find odd in the debug output of tramp is the following line:
> Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal.
I recommend to try "sshx" method instead of "ssh".
> Otherwise, the output doesn't stand out to me. I also have to disable tramp's ControlMaster options with to get past ssh connection issues, more specifically that `getsockname` fails on windows
> Here's the full debug output. I'm really hoping I can debug this so I can use openssh instead of having to duplicate my configs between putty and ssh:
It doesn't tell too much. Anyway, it isn't a "full debug output". Next
time, please send everything, preferred as attachment.
> > It doesn't tell too much. Anyway, it isn't a "full debug output". Next
> > time, please send everything, preferred as attachment.
> How do I get more debug information from tramp/emacs regarding this issue that may be helpful?
> I've tried
> (require 'trace)
> (dolist (elt (all-completions "tramp-" obarray 'functionp))
> (trace-function-background (intern elt)))
> (untrace-function 'tramp-read-passwd)
> (setq debug-on-error t
> debug-on-signal t)
Setting of tramp-verbose to 10, as you have done, is OK. However, a full
debug buffer starts with comment lines. If I don't see them, I don't
regard the output as full.
What happened with my recommendation to use "sshx" as method?