Re: Empty passwords refused in OpenSSH 3.8p1
From: Sylvain Beucler (beuc_at_beuc.net)
Date: Fri, 28 May 2004 09:53:43 +0200 To: Darren Tucker <email@example.com>
Darren Tucker wrote:
> Sylvain Beucler wrote:
>> I am trying to setup anonymous CVS over SSH. I created a 'anoncvs'
>> user, and removed the password field in /etc/password.
> Redhat usually has its passwords in /etc/shadow (but I assume this is
> a typo since you say it works in some configurations below).
I just tried with /etc/shadow and it worked :)
The default RH9 ssh *also* take /etc/passwd into account.
However, I really cannot do the same with debian stable. 'su anoncvs'
also asks for a password, but local login (physical access with
keyboard) do not. anoncvs SSH access refuses to work whatever I set
in /etc/password and/or /etc/shadow.