sshd Authentication refused
jcraig at extraview.com
Tue Jul 13 21:11:36 UTC 2010
On 07/13/2010 01:36 PM, David Highley wrote:
> "jack craig wrote:"
>> On 07/13/2010 11:16 AM, David Highley wrote:
>>> New install of Fedora 13 we get the following /var/log/secure entry when
>>> we ssh from a Fedora 12 system to the Fedora 13 system:
>>> Authentication refused: bad ownership or modes for file /home/dhighley/.ssh/authorized_keys
>>> We have checked and tried different modes until we are blue in the face.
>>> Have read the upates notes for openssh and Fedora 13 release. Googled
>>> the net for know issues and bugzilla.redhat.com. We did check for
>>> selinux blocks and found none.
>>> User home directory is auto NFS mounted and we use NIS. This works
>>> Fedora 12 to Fedora 12.
>> Hi David,
>> I use this feature of ssh a lot.
>> i like to debug as, ...
>> ssh user at host date
>> so it fails... now try,
>> ssh -v -v -v user at host date
>> what does this tell you?
> [dhighley at spruce ~]$ ssh -v -v -v redwood date
i am going to assume for the moment you have created new key files and
loaded them to the
so, this is going to sound bizarre, but try it...
lets talk client and server to identify the 2 hosts in your issue.
on each host, in the home directory,
$ mv .ssh .ssh_save
log out of each of cleint & server
log into client
try access the server via ssh cmd (ok if it fails), logout again.
login and on each of client & server,
$ mv .ssh_save .ssh (make sure the perms stayed as 700)
now try your
$ ssh user at host date
again, any luck?
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