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April 19, 2005, 2:37 pm
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I installed OpenSSH (openssh-4.0p1-sol8-sparc-local.gz) on Solaris 8.
All work fine (ssh, sftp, scp...etc)
In the same server, i used rsh to execute remote command by using .rhosts. I
will delete rsh and use ssh.
By using SSH, i juste need to execute remote command by using .rhosts or
It's work fine, but the system ask me password. The system seem ignore
.rhosts and .shosts files.
I confirm that rsh no ask me the user password, so the configuration of
.rhosts is good ! and .shosts is "cp -p" of .rhosts.
I tried to modify options on ssh_config (HostbasedAuthentication yes,
IgnoreRhosts no) but it's not work. I olso tried with options
RhostsRSAAuthentification and RhostsAuthentification but the system always
ask me password.
So, i juste need to use ssh to execute command command on remote host
without ask me password. I known, it's not secure but, i need to know how
can i do it.
Any idea ?
Thank You very much for your help
- Richard E. Silverman
April 20, 2005, 1:38 am
Re: ssh and .rhosts or .shosts
You also need to enable EnableSSHKeysign in the client's *global*
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