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
connect to via SSH with a shared key authentication still prompts me for
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
ls -Z .ssh
Has anyone else noticed this? I don't see anything related in
/var/log/messages or similar that gives me much of a clue on what is
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