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August 30, 2007, 7:49 am
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Re: Userbased ssh auth. methods
Depends on the software and version. If it's a recent OpenSSH (4.6 and
up) then you can do this with the Match directive in sshd_config, eg
Match User john
This sets a default of password=no, pubkey=yes but overrides the
password setting for john.
Other SSH implementations may also be able to do it but the details will
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