[GE users] Comunication problem
reuti at staff.uni-marburg.de
Tue May 11 17:53:50 BST 2010
Am 11.05.2010 um 16:28 schrieb urhi:
> I try to install Sun grid engine on a fedora 11, and the clients on windows XP or Windows 7. And I have a problem: the comunication without password with Openssh. I tried with the next configurations:
> Server (LINUX) with Client (LINUX) --> OK, comunication without password
> Server (WINDOWS) with client (LINUX) --> OK, comunication without password
> BUT if I try to connect to a Windows from a Fedora server, I can't do it. I do not have any idea... I'm so desperate :(
you can add -v up to three times to shh to increase verbosity and get a hint. Is the id_rsa used at all (sometimes an exact location must be given, in case that they are not at the default location)?
> This is what I do:
> Install OpenSSH on the windows machine, and create de passwd/group files. I changed the sshd_config file
> PermitRootLogin yes
Normally the root account shouldn't be accessible.
> RSAAuthentication yes
> PubkeyAuthentication yes
> AuthorizedKeysFile .ssh/authorized_keys
> and I make: ssh_keygen -t rsa, on the user home (usually: C:\Documents and settings\user\.ss) I connect with the linux machine with ssh,. and I put the password (Automatically create the know_hosts file on /user/.ssh/ of the server linux)
> I copied the content of the id_rsa.pub file from windows to linux. (FROM: C:\documents and settings\user\.ssh\id_rsa-pub TO /user/.ssh/authorized_keys)
> Restart the services, and IT DIDN'T WORK.
Do you also use OpenSSH on the Windows machine? Sometimes the generated keys are in a slightly different format between the commerical and OpenSSH version.
You can also try to set up hostbased authentication, as using passphraseless SSH is not a safe way:
> Any idea?
> Thanks in advance.
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