rsync, ssh and DSA key
khabot at ced.finances.gov.ma
Thu Apr 6 12:27:49 GMT 2006
Thanks for your help
It works now
On Thu, 2006-04-06 at 12:17, johan.boye at latecoere.fr wrote:
> I just setup RSYNC over SSH between a Linux and a SunOS. I had the same problem.
> The goal is simple, put SSH2-RSA Public Key in your machine to the server
> To generate it, it something like this irrc : "ssh-keygen -t rsa"
> It creates something like this in "~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub" :
> ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAA_I_WANT_TO_LOGIN_;)_ABIwAAAIEA2xzKo65E6SYR65UHSYHS767SHDGHGD1unHAWmFDD4/o9L9XkSRjk5trF+FCIG53Luc5YERFDGRETYrtrceTretVHWg7sHrHVyZv37VYjONtSA4WRieHaT/QI7wdY0eiImDwiMBjNjGk7eK+cFT/U72Q0QKIfi69k= root at myworkstation
> You have to put to your server, (here 10.78.0.107) in the .ssh/ user directory, here "/root/.ssh/authorized_keys"
> You should :
> "chown 700 /root/.ssh/" and
> "chown 600 /root/.ssh/authorized_keys"
> And it should work !
> But it didn't in my case. The problem was on the SunOS side, it doesn't use OpenSSH/OpenSSL by default, one time installed, it worked.
> In a second time, try to have 'almost' the same version of OpenSSH/SSL and RSYNC on both computers...
> Good luck
> > -----Message d'origine-----
> > De : rsync-bounces+johan.boye=latecoere.fr at lists.samba.org
> > [mailto:rsync-bounces+johan.boye=latecoere.fr at lists.samba.org] De la
> > part de Shachar Shemesh
> > EnvoyÃ© : jeudi 6 avril 2006 13:52
> > Ã : khabot
> > Cc : rsync at lists.samba.org
> > Objet : Re: rsync, ssh and DSA key
> > khabot wrote:
> > >Thanks for your response
> > >I have done this, but I execute
> > >
> > >
> > >>>rsync -avz -e ssh root at 10.78.0.107:/var/mail/ /var/mail
> > >>>
> > >>>
> > >It still askin me for the root password in 10.78.0.117 and for the
> > >passphrase i, 10.78.0.107
> > >thank you to help
> > >
> > >
> > Your problem probably has something to do with the way you ssh is set
> > up.
> > First of all, do "ssh root at 10.78.0.107". If that asks for a password,
> > it's not an rsync problem. Make sure that the permissions on your
> > /root/.ssh directory and /root/.ssh/authorized_keys file are correct
> > (RTFM ssh to find out what they should be). Make sure your sshd config
> > file allows root to log in.
> > If all the above doesn't help, try asking for help on the ssh mailing
> > lists.
> > Shachar
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