This instance had one ssh key setup before and in the sshd config it had permitrootlogin set to no. I didn't ever create one! Easiest way is to copy and paste. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. Now, thinking back I don't really remember how I was able to paste the key into the tmp file in the first place. I actually replicate each step here in this very question. Everything below here, above that part is background info. Ok, so let's start with not able to login with either user.
For that to happen, I need to setup keys so that the localhost can ssh into the same machine inception? Once those two things were fixed, it worked like a charm. I am about 20 minutes away from leaving DigitalOcean for good. I know this question has been asked more than a few times, but I can't work it out on my machine and I feel like I have tried everything. I am giving up, deleting the two droplets I had, and moving on to a different host I'll see about Rackspace. To login to console, you'll need your root user password. Is there a way to reset ssh and start over without damaging the server being online as there is a website connected that needs not be interrupted.
How do I resolve this? The binary format is described in the answers to. I modified userB to have the group userA as well. On the second machine datanode1 there is also a user called hadoop. Everything was working fine yesterday, but when I started work today I ran into the Permission denied issue. I'm chalking my issues up to dyslexia. Can you connect to the remote system without a public key, using a password? I have the same problem. That's just going to create more work for you Treat them as volatile.
I have done all the above steps in my local machine and I still get the same error. I had to reset the Authentication which you can see in the 2 lines adde below. This isn't how I was logging in before. I'm trying to set up cloud hosting with. When I try ssh root 162. I was able to deploy updates before no problem, but I have since upgraded the project from 5.
If you want to do everything via the filer you'll need to unhide the hidden files. I've had web sites with databases, etc. I always fall back to this when struggling to set up ssh key-pairs and it seems to work. I set it up originally and wanted to add another user, so I followed a tutorial on that, now I cant login with either. But still, you'll need to set the correct rights on the key-files because else you'll get an error when trying to use them. So I'm not sure what changed to make this no longer work. It is also possible that a host key has just been changed.
I have two machines on Google compute engine and I want to ssh the other server. The permissions of the private key on the client-side should be 600. The problem was that it is not possible to paste text onto the web console. The remote key pair should be generated on the remote box. I based this answer on your original question. Greetings, I have searched for a solution to this problem with no luck: I am trying to install hadoop on my Ubuntu machine. Is there something else that I have to do like reload the file some how? I suspect the AuthorizedKeysFile entry is miss-configured.
Nor will it take the other username and password that I set up. I do not understand what is happening here. To unhide the the hidden files, copy the line below into your terminal and press enter: defaults write com. I am not connected to the server from my terminal. Note from DigitalOcean team: User has provided a popular answer to this question here: Recently I threw out my old linux laptop and set everything up again in my new laptop. The lead to the the described behaviour, so that userA was not able to login without a prompt. It lists all the public key signatures that are allowed to connect to that user's account.
You can generate it from your private key. Ideally I would like to keep my database. I may have confirmed the problem that Mr. Server listening on :: port 22. This time the client connected as expected. The approach will be different on what your possibilities are. I can push the changes locally from Gitlab no problem.