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CentOS 7 and Dropbear

I have search this issue on serverfault.com but can't find anything. On my Server I habe installed an crypted LVM CentOS 7 with Dropbear. On boot I can decrypt the hdd via direct keyboard input. But ...
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Dropbear+OpenSSH: share keys

I have set an encrypted LVM partition on my personnal server (Debian Jessie). So everytime I need to reboot it, I have to connect to dropbear which is installed in initramfs, unlock the disk, close ...
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Having trouble to connect sshd on CoreOS sometimes

I have 12 node of bare-metal CoreOS cluster (on SuperMicro Blade). Every nodes was installed with same image and cloud-config. (Stable 717.3.0) The problem is that I fail to connect sshd frequently, ...
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Dropbear equivalent to rsync with ssh proxy command

I am trying to guess the dropbear equivalent to this regular rsync command (using ssh with a proxy) rsync -avz --delete -e "ssh -o 'ProxyCommand ssh user@proxyhost exec nc %h %p 2>/dev/null'" ...
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Add authentication keys to dropbear ssh?

For ssh I usually add keys to /etc/ssh/keys-root/authorized_keys so that I can log in without entering a password. I recently discovered a few systems that use dropbear ssh instead of ssh/openssh. Is ...
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Disable root login for dropbear? [closed]

Linux noob here. How can I disable root login for dropbear? What I've done so far adding DROPBEAR_EXTRA_ARGS="-w -g" into /etc/default/dropbear (not working) adding DROPBEAR_EXTRA_ARGS="-w -g" into ...
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`ssh -NfR` equivalent with dropbear

I want to open a reverse tunnel in background. When using OpenSSH ssh -NfR 9022:127.0.0.1:22 <target> always worked. When I did that with dropbear on my router, it failed like this: # ssh -NfR ...
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ssh + tinyproxy: poor performance

I am currently in China and I would like to still visit some blocked websites (facebook, youtube). I have VPS in the USA and I have installed tinyproxy on it. I log in on my VPS with SSH ...
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Dropbear sshd - Disabling root login

I have Dropbear sshd running instead of openssh. Looks like there is /etc/ssh/ config dir full of files but they do not seem to be used by dropbear. I wanted to disable root login, anyone know how?