Re: openssh only in one direction
Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 19:20:14 +0800
Sounds like either
1. A permissions problem
2. The public key is not the one you think it is. I have made this
mistake before. Recheck that the key is correct
Friedhelm Neyer wrote:
> Hi folks
> the situation is as follows:
> 2 identical machines (IBM F50) both running AIX 4.3.3 ML11. I have
> installed the same openssh version on both machines as root, have on
> both machines in /.ssh-directory the recommended files. Then I put the
> public key of machine A into authorized_keys2 of machine B and vice
> versa. Now from machine B I can ssh to A with giving the passphrase.
> I start the ssh-agent on B and do a ssh-add /.ssh/id_dsa and the
> ssh-login runs now without any passphrase.
> But ... the other way from A to B isn't possible, the error message is
> Permission denied (publickey)
> Any hints to solve ?
> Thx in advance
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