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December 19, 2005, 6:26 pm
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- Richard E. Silverman
December 19, 2005, 10:52 pm
Re: ssh without using sudo??
Paminu> I once had a ssh connection defined in /etc/ssh/ssh_config
Paminu> that had a name "internet" where I could just type:
Paminu> "ssh internet"
You don't say what this was supposed to do.
Paminu> in a xterm. But to make it work I had to change something in
Paminu> /etc/sudoers but I cannot remember what. Can someone help?
Defining a name for OpenSSH (assuming you're talking about OpenSSH, which
you also don't say) does not require sudo directly. Perhaps you needed it
to edit /etc/ssh/ssh_config. You could just put it in your personal
configuration file, ~/.ssh/config.
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