take a look at /etc/shadow
2008/11/22 <[email protected]>
Michael Cronenworth wrote:Dear Michael,
[email protected] wrote:
You can, but it requires you to generate an SSH key without a passphrase.
Do you means we can't disable the password request for using SSH-telnet ?
The server's ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file must have the client's key you generate inside.
Once you have this setup, and you set your client to use the key you generated, you will never see a password.
For /etc/ssh/sshd_config ( SSH default config file ) :
# To disable tunneled clear text passwords, change to no here!
Then, the test result (without request enter user's password):
login as: bb
Last login: Sat Nov 22 14:22:37 2008 from 192.168.1.88
[[email protected] ~]$
Now, it is ok...
Thank for your hints...
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