Having trouble sharing public/private keys for ssh ... keeps
asking for password
danger at wilbury.sk
Wed Oct 6 03:17:24 PDT 2004
Wednesday, October 6, 2004, 12:02:04 PM, you wrote:
> Ok, this should be easy:
> I want to log in from CLIENT to SERVER without being
> asked for a password.
> On CLIENT, I run:
> ssh-keygen -t dsa -b 2048
> as user "test"
> and I do not enter a password. Then I copy the .pub
> portion of that key over to SERVER and save it as
> /usr/home/jerkoff/.ssh/authorized_keys2 ... note that
> I save it as authorized_keys2, because it is a dsa key
> then I chmod 0600 authorized_keys2 ...
> So now I should be able to go to CLIENT and:
> ssh jerkoff at SERVER
> and log in with no password, right ? Wrong. I get:
> % ssh jerkoff at server
> Response: (I hit enter)
> jerkoff at server's password: (I hit enter)
> Permission denied, please try again.
> So ... what am I doing wrong ?
save it as ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
it doesen't matter, that it is dsa 2048 bit key...
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