Re: ssh version 3.4p1-1and RSA authentification
Le jeudi 21 novembre 2002 10:03 +0100, Fabrice Yerly écrivait:
> Dear Debian users,
> I've got problems with the new version of ssh and sshd.
> cp ~/.ssh/known_hosts /etc/ssh/ssh_known_hosts
> The file /etc/ssh/shosts.equiv did not change, beacuse the nodes names
> are the same.
Did you copy ~/.ssh/known_hosts to /etc/ssh/ssh_known_hosts on every
node ? You need that if you want every node to be able to ssh to every
other node without a password...
> Here is the ssh_config file
> # Host *
> # ForwardAgent no
> # ForwardX11 no
> # RhostsAuthentication no
> # RhostsRSAAuthentication no
> RSAAuthentication yes
I think you made a mistake here. You should use :
if what you really want to do is allow passwordless login based on
*host-key* RSA authentication. RSAAuthentication is for protocol 1 and
for *user-key* RSA authentication.
If it doesn't work, maybe the output of an "ssh -v nodeX" would be
Alexandre Vitrac ,''`.
CS-SI : :' :
OpenPGP key ID : C03A7DFE `. `'