[CentOS] ssh with shared home dir
mhanby at uab.edu
Thu Oct 28 19:18:33 EDT 2010
Another thing to check is the permission for your $HOME, make sure you don't have group or other W permissions. Better yet:
chmod 700 $HOME
From: centos-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On Behalf Of Todd Denniston
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2010 8:47 AM
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Subject: Re: [CentOS] ssh with shared home dir
Gordon Messmer wrote, On 10/24/2010 04:20 PM:
> On 10/22/2010 01:08 PM, Todd Denniston wrote:
>> 5) root_squash is in play
>> 2) Open up the _read_ perms on authorized_keys
>> 3a) IIRC you _may_ also have to open up the _read_ perms on ~/.ssh
>> 3b) IIRC you _may_ also have to open up the exec perms on ~/.ssh
> root_squash doesn't affect ssh key authentication. The SSH server
> performs key authentication as the UID requested.
Thanks, I was not aware of that before.
some more assumptions I don't think have been confirmed:
a) does The OPs _current_ private key match any of the _current_
.ssh/authorized_keys or .ssh/identity or .ssh/id_rsa
from the perspective of the client machine?
b) can the OP use the _current_ private key to ssh into 127.0.0.1 while logged into either of the
machines? i.e. are the keys setup correctly at all?
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