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Re: [gNewSense-users] SSH: HostKey vs. AuthorizedKeysFile

From: Stayvoid
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] SSH: HostKey vs. AuthorizedKeysFile
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2012 06:15:06 +0400

>> I have this fragment in ~/.ssh/config:
>> Host parabola
>>      Port 1863
>>      HostName
>>      User repo
>>      IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa
>> If I don't specify the username@ prefix when connecting to parabola,
>> it will connect as user "repo" (by default the local user name is
>> used).
> Using .ssh/config is good advice, and I'd definitely suggest you try it
> out. I've got ~15 different Host entries, some of which contain
> wildcards (eg * Helps if any defaults need setting, or
> if you want to use rsync over ssh.

Should it be configured on the client side?

There is another issue.
For some reason I have no ability to use sudo when I'm using SSH.
sudo is installed and I'd added the following via visudo:
username        ALL=(ALL) ALL

Is it connected with SSH settings (PermitRootLogin no etc.)?
I doubt so, but who knows.

(I used passwd to set the root password.)

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