Am 30.09.2010 16:46, schrieb Steven Haigh:
On 01/10/10 00:33, Adam Williamson wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-09-30 at 09:16 -0400, Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
>> On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 00:17, Steven Haigh<netwiz(a)crc.id.au> wrote:
>>> In the last couple of days I've noticed that any host that I usually
>>> connect to via SSH with a shared key authentication still prompts me for
>>> a password.
>> 1) Are permissions ok? Home directory needs to be 755 and .ssh needs
>> to be 700. Second check to see if something changed the attrs on the
>> directories or files
>> lsattr .ssh
>> ls -Z .ssh
> Steven, are they actually prompting for your *login password*, or is it
> the passphrase for your ssh key? The two would indicate different
Ahhh - Interesting. Instead of ~/.ssh/identity being used, I needed to
symlink ~/.ssh/id_rsa to ~/.ssh/identity.
The weird thing is that my setup of using ~/.ssh/identity has worked
perfectly for many years - but has only now stopped.
Has this been a change in ssh or something else I'm not aware of?
I think it's just the server configuration of Fedora, I could connect
with Fedora to my Debian server using keyfiles.
Maybe we should enable the keyfiles in the /etc/ssh/sshd_config by default?