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Re: SSH host-based auth in a cluster

also sprach David Clymer <david@zettazebra.com> [2004.10.18.2355 +0200]:
> What is it doing to indicate that it is not working?
> If it is still prompting you for a password, you could try disabling
> challenge response in sshd_config:
> ChallengeResponseAuthentication no

I will try this. Yes, it is still prompting me for a password.
Moreover, debug output contains no mention of shosts.equiv or even
the global known_hosts file.

What's the format of the latter? Is it like ~/.ssh/known_hosts, or
like the ssh_host_*_key.pub files?

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