Re: passwordless ssh root logins stopped working after testing dist-upgrade
I am suspecting an issue on the server side.
Can you provide a verbose log of the server side,
On Tue, 2010-04-06 at 20:00 -0700, Russell L. Carter wrote:
> On my main system I have two user accounts, 'rcarter' and 'sardine'. I
> remove the .ssh directories from 'rcarter', 'sardine', and 'root'. I
> create a new rsa key for rcarter (creates ~rcarter/.ssh) and then
> ssh-copy-id -i the new key to sardine@localhost and root@localhost,
> which creates a new .ssh directory with authorized_keys for each.
> Then I ssh-add the new key to the agent as rcarter.
> 1. $ ssh sardine@localhost logs in w/o password
> 2. $ ssh root@localhost asks for password
> This is reproducible on two 'testing' systems that have worked
> flawlessly for at least two years each, but were both dist-upgraded
> yesterday, and they now exhibit this same behavior.