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Configure Ubuntu to allow ssh login via pulic/private key and sudo without password

I'm setting up a fresh Ubuntu 13.04 server. I created some users and copied their public keys for ssh authentication to their home folders. Login via password will be disabled. Everything works fine ...
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I always log in to my server(Amazon EC2) by: ssh -i blahblah.pem root@server.com This morning the server asked for a password which I never set. I thought this could mean either my key(pem file) is ...
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