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[Discuss] ssh with rsa keys and ldap

Any interesting details when using:

"ssh -vvv" on the client

while tailing /var/log/auth.log (or /var/log/secure) on the ssh target ?

On 25 October 2016 at 14:13, Jerry Feldman <gaf.linux at> wrote:

> I have a situation using rsa keys from an ldap user id.
> I have checked the permissions of my home directories, ~/.ssh, as well as
> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys.
> For instance,, I am logged into my laptop and ssh into the workstation at
> my desk, and it always prompts me for my password.
> On the same systems, I can ssh into an alternate user (ssh -l alt-user)
> using the same rsa keys.
> Also note that I can ssh into the BLU servers as my ldap user, but the BLU
> servers use a local user name, So, there is some system setting on the
> target machine (not SELINUX) that I am missing.
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