When I use the public key file cwrsync. Honestly it was so difficult to start the sshd service that I can't remember. Note that it accepts my public key now! I can stop it using the sudo service ssh stop command, but can't find the sshd file. Please look at documentation for other options. Ip Address User Name Idle Time Session Time --------------- --------------- ------------ ------------ 10. The file name displayed in the debug message is the name of the private key file e. To remove any doubt, ssh password authentication works.
I am also prompted for the windows user password, before logging in. The issue is called gnome-keyring interference. When I ssh -v to the server I get the following:. After installation completed, the machine rebooted and I logged in as root. You can potentially help others having the same problem! Port: 22 Protocol Levels: Versions 1 and 2.
Get things working before making changes. Login was successful… and when I went to repeat the same file upload attempt it worked! First off thank you for the replies. Has anyone else faced similar issues? I am trying to setup public key authentication on a server running Ubuntu 14. I only know from the old days of their failed cloud service called Ubuntu One, which was not Open Source at the backend level and was only released looong after they closed up shop. Again, the key pair should be generated on the remote machine. Trying Chromium gave me a 500 Server error.
I will try setting this up in linux to make sure I understand the process and on a system where I know it does work. Cut-through mode is configured as disabled! Typed in my desired credentials and it went to lala land? If prompted that to overwrite any existing keys select Y for yes. I grabbed a spare machine Optiplex 745 to start a test installation. Any way to start over? You are not authorized to enter into Privilege mode! So this has now happened twice: I'm able to ssh into my server for a while then all of a sudden I can no longer do it. Bind to port 22 on :: failed: Address already in use.
To ssh, I used the exact command: ssh ubuntu nextcloud. Bind to port 22 on :: failed: Address already in use. In any case, this question is founded on a mistake; you may wish to accept drookie's answer and move onto investigating why the remote server won't honour your keypair. I've been trying for ages, but can't get this to work. I definitely did do the ssh-host-config but it may not have executed in it's entirety. If that works I've not tried it under Cygwin it will hopefully give you a better idea why it's terminating the connection.
The client needs to demonstrate that it has the private key corresponding to a public key that is authorized on the server. So while you will not be promoted for a password, you will be prompted for the key passphrase when setup. We can do that with the commands below. A day or two later I re-attempted the admin web portal and it came up and said ready to upgrade to 11. I'm surprised the ssh-host-config script didn't do this for you if it's required. I was able to ssh into the server successfully using password before trying to use Publickey authentication. Try running your sshd in debug mode, i.
However, the client wants to know that the private key is available, because if the server agrees to use this public key then the client will have to demonstrate that it knows the private key. Thanks, Kevin Yes I tried that but still no luck. . If the permissions fix doesn't work, try that and see what the server debug output says. So when I read this post today I decided I would take the opportunity and try to help. I guess only two steps would be enough for that.
My guess would be that the client announce the key pair he's using, giving the public key of course! It seems that it is rsync prompting you with the password. Does the public key auth work from the original server? The reason can be determining by reviewing it's logs, regardless of what you think about it. Or did you generate one set and it produced two files? I can login using a password. I've configured the public key in the 6224. Hi, I'm running the latest version 3. Try setting the permissions to make these files and directories unreadable for anyone but the user i. Hopefully, in reproducing his problem, I haven't made any simple mistakes.
Problem is with public-key authentication. Can ssh into box so did sudo reboot… still no luck getting into web interface. Uncommented options change a default value. The remote key pair should be generated on the remote box. I mentioned that I created this key the usual way.