2
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2answers
114 views

SSH authentication between my VPS and Bitbucket fail

I'm trying to setup SSH authentication between my VPS and Bitbucket for configure later automatic deployment via Capistrano (for web projects) and Capifony (for Symfony2 projects) so I follow this ...
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1answer
254 views

SSH “Server refused our key” for all users except root user [closed]

I followed this tutorial and key authentication worked great for root. but when I created user xxx and added different key in authorized_keys and tried to login using putty where error was shown " ...
2
votes
3answers
141 views

Disabled root login for SSH in Centos 5.9, key login no longer working

I have a Centos 5.9 server which I have previously configured to access via SSH key login and this has been working fine for many months. I recently had to have an issue resolved remotely which ...
1
vote
0answers
143 views

Linux TACACS+ auth for SSH but allow users to use public key auth

we have running tacacs environment for centralised login to our routers, firewalls etc and even most of our linux boxes to ssh what we would like to do is allow users to authenticate to SSH via ...
0
votes
1answer
50 views

configuration files and ssh keys are being reset

I own a Centos 6.4 OS. I have standard lamp stack installed. Apache 2.2, PHP54 and mysql 5.5. I have also uploaded a public key into my authorized file in .ssh. I have my document root set in my ...
2
votes
2answers
597 views

Setup public key authorized SSH for non-root users

I was able to setup ssh login using public keys for root users and tried to apply the same logic for non-root users. I have tried to troubleshoot this issue in vain. I am using centos for both my ...
-1
votes
2answers
709 views

How to ssh into ec2 instance running centos as a newly created user?

I am able to ssh into an ec2 instance as the root user using the private key .pem that was generated when I created the instance. $ ssh -i Desktop/key.pem root@123.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com I ...
0
votes
2answers
168 views

Is it “safe” to allow external access via SSH if authorized keys are required? [closed]

CentOS 6 | OpenSSH I have an external facing server and would like the convenience of being able to access it via my phone. The system itself is an island and has no association/connection to my ...
5
votes
1answer
913 views

CentOS is ignoring my public key

I am trying to connect to my own CentOS server using SSH; I am able to connect fine with a password; I am trying to connect with my public key, but the server does not attempt public key ...
1
vote
3answers
188 views

How to disable ssh keys and log-in using password

I'm having a tricky situation. First I set-up a ssh access through keys and I forgot password for "keys", and then I couldn't connect. I tried to login using another computer, and I thought I would ...
-1
votes
3answers
148 views

sudo password with key authentication

I'm logging into my CentOS server using key authentication. I'm attempting to sudo a command but I don't know what the password is! How can I find this?
10
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3answers
25k views

how do you create an ssh key for another user?

I'm trying to create an ssh key for another user. I'm logged in as root. Can I just edit the files generated by ssh-keygen and change root to the user I want?
0
votes
4answers
838 views

ssh-keygen problem

I have configured the ssh-key using keygen for password less authenticaton as from the following link http://rcsg-gsir.imsb-dsgi.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/documents/internet/node31.html nO matter what i do this ...