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Reason: adjust point 2 chrism01 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by chrism01 05-14-2009, 04:36 PM #9 barae LQ Newbie But I couldn't find it :-) Thanks! What should I do about this security issue? User Name Remember Me? check over here
simon.sweetman View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by simon.sweetman 05-12-2009, 03:33 PM #7 doc.nice Member Registered: Oct 2004 Location: Germany Your private key file (on the local machine) must be readable and writable only by you: rw-------, i.e. 600. Last edited by lefty.crupps; 06-06-2007 at 03:17 PM. To critique or request clarification from an author, leave a comment below their post - you can always comment on your own posts, and once you have sufficient reputation you will http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-software-2/passwordless-ssh-setup-not-working-any-ideas-559628/
I figured since they were shown that they were there. Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Search this Thread 06-06-2007, 10:46 AM #1 lefty.crupps Member Registered: Apr 2005 Location: Minneap USA Distribution: Debian, Mepis, Sidux Posts: 470 modify /etc/ssh/sshd_config to have RSAAuthentication yes PubkeyAuthentication yes AuthorizedKeysFile %h/.ssh/authorized_keys (uncoment if case) This tells ssh to accept authorized_keys and look in user home directory for key_name sting written in .ssh/authorized_keys
Permissionsauthorized_keys and authorized_keys2600.ssh700Home Directory711Keys (id_dsa,id_rsa)600Public Keys (id_dsa.pub,id_rsa.pub)644 The permissions shown are the maximum, you could put less... Utensil that forms meat into cylinders Options for sitemap generation on larger solutions North by North by North by South East StackList
share|improve this answer answered Jan 26 at 6:39 pppk520 686 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote My problem was a modified AuthorizedKeysFile, when the automation to populate /etc/ssh/authorized_keys had Ssh No Password Prompt Want to know which application is best for the job? Thanks. –adriandz Jul 4 '12 at 1:26 8 For the second part, it's not neccesary to make it recursive, just doing the chmod go-wrx foobar is enough. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-software-2/passwordless-ssh-setup-not-working-any-ideas-559628/ We have done this kind of thing many times before and truly believe the ssh set up to be a real pain.
Someone was saying to change the permission of .ssh folder from root. Authentication Refused: Bad Ownership Or Modes For Directory Feb 13 '15 at 17:33 add a comment| up vote 12 down vote I faced challenges when the home directory on the remote does not have correct privileges. This will mean many many hours saved for me. And if yes, how?
So we had to go one step further. check here They are described on the website you provided. –Wojtek Rzepala Apr 16 '12 at 15:00 3 your ~/.ssh dir must be 700 your private key file must be 600 your Passwordless Ssh Not Working Linux If you used useradd and didn't set a password, then the acount is locked. Ssh Asking For Password When It Shouldn't Do I need an Indie Studio Name?
Does anyone know what the issue may be? check my blog Otherwise, everything you've done sounds correct. LinuxQuestions.org > Forums > Linux Forums > Linux - Software [SOLVED] Passwordless SSH setup not working, any ideas? Thank you! Ssh Force Prompt For Password
You can either have your root password emailed to you, which we then highly recommend you change immediately as email isn't the most secure form of communication or you can add Sign Up Log In submit Tutorials Questions Projects Meetups Main Site DigitalOcean DigitalOcean Community Menu Tutorials Questions Projects Meetups Main Site Sign Up Log In submit View All Results By: jtansley JuiceSSH still prompts for password authentication Modified on: Wed, 7 Jan, 2015 at 1:41 AM If you are having problems getting key authentication in JuiceSSH working, here are some troubleshooting steps this content When I created the droplet I connected my previously added keys by checking the checkbox under "Add your SSH keys".
You created an account, created a key, got everything in the right location but you cannot ssh in using the key. We Did Not Send A Packet, Disable Method As long as the permissions are correct for .ssh and the underlying files are correct and the PermitRootLogin line of sshd_config is set to yes you should be good. I'm new to SSH so I apologize for not being able to explain the issue too well.
Lab colleague uses cracked software. You can check it out here: http://peppyheppy.com/2009/1/14/fail-compromised-ssh-public-key-on-ubuntu Paul Hepworth (not verified) | Wed, 01/14/2009 - 12:36 | Permalink reply Also, when trying to do root Also, when trying to do root In this guide, we'll walk you through the basic steps necessary to hit the ground running with Ubuntu 14.04. Ssh Prompt For Password service ssh start (If you can access the server through any port, you can just use /usr/sbin/sshd -d -p
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. From the client side, when establishing the connection you can add the -v flag (or -vv or -vvv) to increase verbosity. My ssh setup stopped working at some point, presumably when the server was updated. have a peek at these guys That is, in looking at ~/.ssh/authorized_keys, what is the equivalent of [email protected] for your set-up: ssh-rsa AAAA...ffsII8dSaDF33 [email protected] I would just edit the remote .ssh/authorized keys manually for testing, putting in
Then I restarted sshd but still no success. If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. HOWEVER, I did not know I had to click them in order to enable them for the new droplet. For me, g+w on the home directory was an issue.
To unlock use passwd -u username. I also am failing to get this to function on two Kubuntu 7.04 boxes (one is at home, one is at work (this setup is for two regular user accounts, not alunduil you sort of answered my question, 'do both usernames have to be the same?' I tried installing the pubkey on the destination server as myself (i wanted passwordless root access Notice: Undefined index: pp_en_user_meta in eval() (line 18 of /home/uphill/narrabilis.com/sites/ramblings.narrabilis.com/settings.php(229) : runtime-created function(1) : eval()'d code(1) : eval()'d code).
There's no such thing as RedHat Enterprise Linux 9, if that's really RH v9 (codename Shrike), its so out of date is not funny.