As the title says, I have some questions regarding SSH key authentication method on a Linux machine. First of all, I generated my keys on my PC and added the public key in the authorized_keys file, ...
I have 2 server systems: remoteserver1 & remoteserver2. Remoteserver2 is protected from outside login so in order for me to access it, i have to ssh into remoteserver1 and then ssh into ...
(This question had been erroneously asked in stack overflow -- I'm sorry for that -- and closed as "off topic") I have no clue on how this happens. The distro is Scientific Linux 6.1 and everything ...
Is it possible to configure Apache, or some other web server, to use some kind of public-key authentication? What I would like, ideally, is to be able to give users access to a site without the need ...
I connect to one linux machine with a standard user account and use sudo when it is necessary to perform something a little above my users station. One of those things would be to perform a pull ...
I want to configure sshd to require that a connection authenticate with both a key and a password. I haven't looked at using PAM or other external authentication methods yet, but my guess at the ...