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How do I grant privilege for a user to SSH into a Solaris machine?

I'm not sure how to do this. Documentation is not clear at all. I can get root privilege/be root so that's not a problem, I just don't know what to do. I'm thinking it's either modifying the ...
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1answer
178 views

How to make ssh fail if port forwarding fails

I have a bash script that runs ssh to create a port forward, using a command like this: ssh -N -i keyfile -L 1000:localhost:22 *remote_ip* There are occasions where the listen port may be busy, so ...
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1answer
720 views

Solaris pam_ldap Authentication Using sshd-kbdint and Failing

Problem Overview Solaris 11 has been configured to use pam_ldap to authenticate users against an LDAP v3-compliant directory server. The Solaris host is only configured to use LDAP for ...
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1answer
287 views

Jenkins CVS Configuration

I'm running Jenkins from a Tomcat7 installation on a Solaris box and attempting to connect to a CVS repository on a remote machine with SSH. I'm getting a failure with this stack trace: Building in ...
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1answer
69 views

Restrict openSSH 6.1p1 logins via LDAP to an IP range

I have some servers in the DMZ that receive public traffic from an external (public) IPv4 address. This is translated at our gateway to a 172.x.x.x address. All external clients are using local ...
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0answers
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Error sh: line 9: 19705: Memory fault (coredump) in case of OpenSSH installation

I downloaded openssh-6.1.p1/tar.gz with http://mirror.corbina.net/pub/OpenBSD/OpenSSH/portable/. I made at first ./configure, then make which, it seems, fulfilled without errors (Nexenta Illumos ...
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0answers
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The steps to install service-network-ssh [closed]

My original goal was setup service-network-ssh on Nexenta Illumos. As a result of the command apt-get install service-network-ssh I got the following message Reading package lists... Building ...
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2answers
417 views

Which machines are trying to connect to my Solaris machine via SSH?

I have a Solaris machine ( Solaris 10 ) Is it possible to see from my machine ( logs ) which machines are try to connect to my machine by SSH?
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5answers
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SSH Keys Authentication keeps asking for password

Im trying to set access from ServerA(SunOS) to ServerB(Some custom Linux with Keyboard Interactive login) with SSH Keys. As a proof of concept I was able to do it between 2 virtual machines. Now in my ...
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1answer
589 views

solaris ssh port forward

I have been trying to create a ssh tunnel from a Linux box to a mysql server on a Solaris box with: ssh -i <some_private_key_file> -L 3333:localhost:3306 root@<Solaris box> command on the ...
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1answer
212 views

solaris + why cant ping to default getway

I have Solaris machine with IP 10.10.10.100 and default getway 10.10.10.1 and subnet 255.255.255.0 remark - solaris machine connected to cisco switch via cross cable and from switch to my laptop I ...
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2answers
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expect script + expect miss the send string + delay issue

I write the active.ksh script (based on expect) in order to login automatically to some Solaris machine and execute the hostname command (login to virtual IP in order to verify which hostname is the ...
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2answers
220 views

JBoss basic access

I have JBoss 5 deployed on Solaris 10 - the servers connection has unrestricted high ports (>1023) open to the internet. I can access the box via ssh & FTP from a second server on the same subnet ...
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4answers
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SSH login without password

I know that you can use ssh-keygen to generate a public/private key pair. Then you can install the public key on a remote server. You can then login without supplying a password. I haven't been ...
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2answers
91 views

how to ssh into solaris from different subnet?

I'm really new to solaris and I installed a Solaris 11 Express with all the default options, but I'm having a lot of trouble making an ssh connection. I am able to connect to the Solaris server ...
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4answers
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ssh without password does not work for some users

I have a new RHEL4 Linux box that I am using to copy data to old Solaris 2.6 and RHEL3 Linux boxes with scp. I have found that with the same setup, it works for some users but not for others. For ...
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2answers
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restart ssh in solaris

I have added file with env.variable in .ssh/environment How to restart ssh now, so this change will be reflected.
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2answers
861 views

SSH certificate authentication for the user without home directory

I have access to Solaris box over ssh and can login with username and password. I want to write a script which would copy files from that box unattended (scp/sftp from cron). Usually in such case I ...
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5answers
5k views

Solaris 10 ssh auto logout

For some reason, I am getting automatically logged out of one of my shells on one Solaris box but not on the other one. I don't seem to have any bash variables set to auto logout. What else should I ...
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8answers
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Is it possible to prevent SCP while still allowing SSH access?

Using Solaris and Linux servers and OpenSSH, is it possible to prevent users from copying files using "scp" while still allowing shell access with "ssh"? I realize that 'ssh $server "cat file" ' type ...
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6answers
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Putty SSH connection not working

I am trying to connect to a solaris server using putty from a windows client. SSH connection is not working. The terminal window just gives an error message "Network error:Connection refused". Telnet ...
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5answers
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Permanent SSH Connection via Bash Script?

I have two OpenSolaris servers. The remote server has a MySQL database. MySQL is configured with skip-networking; so, I can't access that database from the first server by simply using the hostname ...
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12answers
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SSH: Connection Reset by Peer

I have a Solaris 10 server on another network. I can ping it and telnet to it, but ssh doesn't connect. PuTTY log contains nothing of interest (they both negotiate to ssh v2) and then I get "Event ...
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6answers
5k views

Can I use SSH key authentication to log into a remote system with a different username?

Suppose I have a remote system named "remotesystem", and a user account "foouser" on that system. I know that on my local system, I can generate an SSH key pair as local user "foouser", put the ...
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11answers
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ssh session idle timeout

The Solaris machine we do most of our development on has an annoying habit of timing out SSH sessions. Doesn't matter whether the client is my Ubuntu desktop, my Solaris desktop or my Windows desktop ...