Am Di, den 02.12.2003 schrieb Joerg Johannes um 09:25: > Am Mo, den 01.12.2003 schrieb Greg Folkert um 21:22: > > On Mon, 2003-12-01 at 12:29, Joerg Johannes wrote: > > > Hi everybody > > > > > > Is it possible to use different login names on different machines in > > > combination with passwordless ssh logins? My situation is the following: > > > I have my notebook, where my user account is called "jorg". On the > > > university network, I have different user names on several Unix > > > machines. I'd like to be able to log into each of these using ssh, but > > > not typing my password every time. I tried setting up ssh as described > > > in this document: > > > http://www.cs.umd.edu/~arun/misc/ssh.html > > > but the one machine I tried so far asked me for my password even after > > > generating keys and copying to the machine over there. Can someboy help > > > me setting this up? > > > > Are you running Debian X environment? > > If you are they have already setup an ssh-agent for your login. > > I am starting Debian X environment using gdm, but after logging in, I > can't find ssh-agent in ps -ae. Only see it after starting it by hand. > > > run: ssh-add for you various keys... and voila you are good. > > jorg@notebook-johannes:~$ ssh-add > Could not open a connection to your authentication agent. > jorg@notebook-johannes:~$ ps -ae > <snip> > 1172 ? 00:00:00 ssh-agent > <snip> > > And now? > > > You still have to enter the passphrase initially for each key, but > > then after which you don't. > > I dont't get that far... :( Maybe related to that: I have tried setting up passwordless login to another machine using the steps mentioned in the micro-howto: Succeeded. I don't have to enter my password any more. Even worse: I have to enter my passPHRASE for the key... Aaargh. Is this because ssh-agent doesn't listen to me? joerg -- Gib GATES keine Chance!
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