Reporting my 'fix', for my scenario. This error may happen for a number of reasons. It is also easier to do the right thing with symbolic rights. Would you like to answer one of these instead? I created my public-pvt key pair using putty gen. Otherwise, you can generate a key using. Best way to make sure is to allow rootto login via password, then do sudo ssh-copy-id on the local machine, and afterwards change access back to PermitRootLogin without-password. Sometimes the issue comes from permissions and ownership.
First, log in to your Linode via the Lish console. Have a question about this project? There are several ways to do that. I don't know what the problem is here. I am a newbie and looking for guidance. We have logged in as the account and deleted the files from that directory but when we run the script with the account. This is by design Please share server side logs.
And the fix to this issue depends upon the exact reason behind the error. See Did you expect one of the public keys to work? Go back to the window with your public key, and select the entire key from 'ssh-rsa' to 'users-laptop. See Did you expect one of the public keys to work? When I attempt to run a simple C program to test I get the following message. . You don't have the matching key on your local machine.
More trouble then it's worth. Remember, each key takes up one line word wrapping may make it look like this takes up multiple lines. If you don't have the matching key on your local machine, then you'll need to: -- Enable password authentication on your server. Configuration data is parsed as follows: 1. Have a question about this project? Thank you for your time and I'm sure you'll need more information to help but I don't know what.
If it does not exist, it would check for password prompt. Browse other questions tagged or. If you are interested, you can. This file provides defaults for users, and the values can be changed in per-user configuration files or on the command line. This is a fresh install with all updates applied and the only attempts to change anything have been in order to login via ssh with no luck.
Below are the commands I used to generate the key and copy it over to the 2nd Pi. But as per the configuration, I expect password authentication to continue. Also, did it ask you for the user name? I was given a username and password on host2. Just to be clear, you were also unable to ssh into a machine other than localhost? I am on latest ansible. If they don't match, or your key isn't listed in the file, you will need to add it. So could you tell me what can be the reason with this user. It is currently set at 600 which should be okay.
I have setup new keys so that hadoop can work on the same machine. I would read through the config file and see if anything intuitively makes sense to uncomment. They key should be on a single line word wrap may look like it is on multiple lines. I read that having without passphrase is bad, but coworker says its ok. In this specific host where I was getting the failure reported above, I have a different user. It throws me error like Permission denied publickey,keyboard-interactive.
However when I run the ansible script I get the error. You will have to provide your passphrase every time you want to connect to the server. Also suggest your opinion on copying ssh keys on other computers. If it is the latter my guess , exactly how are you trying to log in? B - virtual machine in computer A. I was testing on hosts where I had the root user as the same user I was using in the control machine. Try ssh'ing to the Corelinux machine from itself. I'm rather new at Debian so please forgive me if this is a stupid question.