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Re: open-ssh keypair Auth



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Jeff D wrote:
> Rich Healey wrote:
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>> Hi, i've got a whole bunch of linux machines (mainly debian, with etch,
>> testing, sid, and a frankenstein machine with mental pinning).
>>
>> Keypairs work fine except on the frankenstein machine, with the same
>> keypair as works on my sid machine, my freeBSD machine, my gentoo box
>> and etch desktop, it still asks for my password.
>>
>> Ideas?
>>
>> Thanks guys
>>
>>
>> Rich Healey
> 
> 
> First things I would check would be file permissions on ~/.ssh (700) and
> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys (600) on the remote host and check
> /etc/ssh/sshd_config for PubkeyAuthentication yes
> 

These are all ok.

Default debian install normally alows this and i have not changed the config
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