LXer: SSH Key Management with privacyIDEA
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 10, 2015
Published at LXer:
In this tutorial I will show, how you can manage your SSH keys for all your servers and different user accounts. This is important, if you have more than one SSH key and it is even more important, if you a responsible for many different users with different SSH keys.
[SOLVED] Issue with creating new ssh key in Seahorse
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 13, 2011
I am attempting to connect from a Ubuntu 10.04 PC to another Ubuntu 10.04 PC called taylor9 and located at 192.168.0.109. I can do so in a terminal by ssh taylor9 and entering the password manually. When I attempt to create an Secure Shell key within Seahorse I receive the following error
SSH RSA key fingerprint with network
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 25, 2006
I have a network with several clients running sshd. I have different port pointing to each client to port 22. I was just wondering if there is any way to cope with the hazzle of rsa key fingerprint in this situation. Whenever I from the outside ssh to a different machine within the network I have to manually remove ~/.ssh/known_hosts before sshing to the client behind the firewall.
[SOLVED] Use the same SSH key on a remote host with various ghosted installations ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 10, 2012
In my office I have two sandbox PC which I use extensively for testing. These machines have various installs, which are all backed up on a local FTP server using G4L (Ghost4Linux). For example:
Slackware 14.0 vanilla
Slackware 14.0 server (with Squid, SquidGuard, configured Samba, ...)
Slackware 14.0 desktop (custom Xfce)
Windows XP (mainly for testing Samba file and print server)
One small problem that's nagging me is that everytime I change the install on a machine by downloading a different image from the ghost server, I get the usual someone-is-doing-something-nasty warning from SSH, as is to be expected. So I open ~/.ssh/known_hosts on my main PC, delete the relevant line with the offending key, and then I can go on with my work.
Now I know how to generate keys to be able to do passwordless logins to various remote hosts. What I don't know can only be described as: how do I go about it the other way around? Meaning how can I tweak my three different Slackwar
DISCUSSION: Public key authentication with ssh
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 15, 2003
This thread is to discuss the article titled: Public key authentication with ssh
problem with ssh key separate users with same uid, group?
- date: January 7, 2013
I'm working with a guy who has given me an account on his Red Hat server. I.e., I can login via SSH. The weird bit is that my account shares a uid and gid with his account. Is this normal or a really bad idea?
The problem I'm having is that I want to put my public key in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys on the server so that I can login via key pair. I have tried putting it in a variety of places but ssh never attempts to use the key pair for authentication.
I had some confusion at first because my user (sneakyimp) and his user (hisuser) apparently each have their own home directory (/home/sneakyimp and /home/hisuser). I've tried putting my public key in both these places but it doesn't work:
I also tried logging in and putting the key in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys and that doesn't work either.
when I login using ssh [email protected]
, the prompt and whoami tell me that I am logged in as hisuser.
[SOLVED] perssion denied when creating private/pub key paird with ssh
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 20, 2013
I try to create a pair private/public keys on linux with ssh.
the command is: ssh-keygen
the system inform the following notices:
open admin_rsa: permission denied
saving the key failed:admin_rsa
but I use the root user to create the keys.
pls help me, thanks!
Using SSH Public Key Authentication with PHP
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 23, 2008
I'm developing a website with PHP where I want the web server to pass information via SSH to a separate jobs server to process.
Now I'm pretty sure what I want here is to use public keys so that the servers can talk without needing to password authenticate every time.
What I'm having a hard time figuring out is how to generate the SSH keys initially. The PHP pages are executed by a non-login user, wwwrun, which also obviously doesn't have a .ssh directory to store the key in.
What is the best way for me to do this? Do I need to use a bunch of exec() statements to create the key and pass it a blank passphrase when it asks for one? Where can I store it?
The web server does not have the PECL SSH2 extension installed, if that makes a difference.
Thanks for any help.
LXer: Chromebook: To Hell With the Linux DesktopPreInstallation is Key
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 5, 2013
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To hell with the Linux Desktop. It will never matter unless it comes pre-installed on devices selling at Best Buy, etc. Linux Advocate Dietrich Schmitz explains why.
SSH key with OpenSSH SFTP chroot() with ChrootDirectory
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 9, 2009
I cant find a way to to connect with ssh key when using chroot in sshd_config. What should the path to the authorized_keys br when following instructions in the following guide http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/590
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