Login denied on ubuntu snappy core 16.04 on raspberry Pi 3

Bug #1643252 reported by gi-minni on 2016-11-20
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Bug Description

Repeatedly installed the latest ubuntu snappy core 16.04 on raspberry Pi 3.

Remote SSH access is always denied.

Here a log output from auth.log

Nov 2 14:50:09 localhost systemd-logind[1205]: New seat seat0.
Nov 2 14:50:17 localhost sshd[1380]: Server listening on 0.0.0.0 port 22.
Nov 2 14:50:17 localhost sshd[1380]: Server listening on :: port 22.
Nov 19 23:38:02 localhost groupadd[1755]: group added to /var/lib/extrausers/group: name=<SSO user>, GID=1000
Nov 19 23:38:02 localhost groupadd[1755]: group added to /var/lib/extrausers/gshadow: name=<SSO user>
Nov 19 23:38:02 localhost groupadd[1755]: new group: name=<SSO user>, GID=1000
Nov 19 23:38:02 localhost useradd[1760]: new user: name=<SSO user>, UID=1000, GID=1000, home=/home/<SSO user>, shell=/bin/bash
Nov 19 23:38:02 localhost usermod[1767]: change user '<SSO user>' password
Nov 19 23:38:03 localhost chfn[1772]: changed user '<SSO user>' information

Same issue but I am on the Rpi 2 and cannnot login at all over the local network using ssh. The Rpi 2 boots and is configured (apparently). It claims that it has pulled down my ssh key from Ubuntu One (or rather Ubuntu SSO) but I have two keys there and its asking me for a password so I don't think the key is properly downloaded or configured on the device.

Also, it looks like there is a shell script running that traps ctrl-z, ctrl-d, and possibly other key bindings. This is really nasty and preventing access to my device which belongs to me. Will now abandon Ubuntu Core for Debian.

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