On Tue, Jan 21, 2003 at 02:38:33PM -0800, Michael K. Smith wrote:
> Hello:
> Did you create your keys with no passwords, as in "ssh-keygen -t dsa"  
> then just hit return a couple of times instead of giving a password?   

No, I didn't try that yet...just did now and it works! Great! :-) What
is the downside (if any) to not specifying a passphrase?

> Also, and this probably doesn't change your present situation (but may  
> because some things about ssh are just plain weird), your directory  
> should be rwx for user only, so make sure to chmod go-rx that directory.

I've had this both ways actually. Just so happened that when I did the
ls it was set to be readable by group and other.

Thanks for the help.


> Mike
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