Re: SSH Keys for password less ssh sessions
- From: Ben Kevan <ben.kevan@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2008 20:53:56 -0700
On Tuesday 22 July 2008 08:10:02 pm Sanjay Chakraborty wrote:
I do not know why you are writing a script for this. In redhat for ssh
key fingureprint do:
type ssh-keygen -t rsa or dsa
it will create two .files id_rsa and id_rsa.pub (if you type dsa it
will be id_dsa) in .ssh directory. copy id_rsa.pub key to other box in
.ssh directory and name that authorized_keys.
Remember .ssh should be 700 as permission. Now do ssh from that user
you should be able to login without local password.
If you read the script, it does what you just said. Why would I do it? It's
quit a bit easier to run ssh-copy-id user@$i then it is to do the whole copy
command, then append it to the current authorized_keys file.
With that said, the method you talk about (using DSA does not work). On
another server with identical /etc/ssh/sshd_config it works .. what's the
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