On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 11:50:52 -0600 Parker Anderson wrote:
> Have you verified the permissions of the authorized_keys file on the
> server? If you have permissions set too loose (e.g. unneeded
> read/write permission to groups/other users), sshd may be refusing to
> trust that file.
The directory has mode 700 and the file hast 600. Restricting these any
further could result in a problem. :-)
> You may wish to give this a read (it mostly just covers those points):
Ok, I did that. Now it works! :-)
The problem was not the authorized_keys file itself, it was my home
directory. This had mode 770, which seemed fine to me as it is owned
by christian:christian. Making it group-readable shouldn't pose a
security problem, as only I will be in this group. However, sshd didn't
see it that way, it seems. Now that I changed it to 750, all is
Thanks für your help!
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