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[SLE] Anyone good with SSH?
- From: moseley@xxxxxxxx (Bill Moseley)
- Date: Sun, 11 Jun 2000 16:51:41 -0700
- Message-id: <18.104.22.168.20000611165141.01cdcb38@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I'm trying to understand how keep SSH from asking for my password. I've
been able to use the .shosts file with the known_hosts** file, but I
haven't been able to use the authorized_keys method.
**(I assume the way to setup the know_hosts file is to ssh from the remote
machine to my machine once and accept the key.)
I was unable to use the non-.shosts setup with authorized_keys file. I did
the ssh-keygen1 command to create my local private and public keys. I then
copied my identity.pub file to the remote machine and called it
authorized_keys. And then I removed the .shosts file.
But, when I connect it asks for my pass phrase. I guess I thought it
wouldn't ask for my pass phrase when using the authorized_keys setup.
Can someone clear up what I did wrong when trying to set up the
authorized_keys method of authentication?
Also, my goal is to use a news server on my ISP, but my IP number isn't one
of theirs, so I need to tunnel to their nntpd server. I do this now by
ssh1 -g -lmoseley -L1234:nntp.my.isp.com:119 my.isp.com
And from then on I can access their news server via port 1234 (yes,
ipchains blocks that port externally).
My question is this: Can I start that ssh tunnel via indetd?
I'd like to be able to just connect to that port and have the ssh tunnel
started. But I can't figure out the right way to put that in my
indetd.conf file. Any ideas?
How come every once in a while I get this?
Secure connection to my.isp.com refused; reverting to insecure method.
Using rsh. WARNING: Connection will not be encrypted.
Is there a limit to how often I can connect via ssh?
Any way to do rdist over ssh?
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