Laszlo Nagy wrote:
Well, I have other users using public keys for logging in so the sshd config must be correct. This is the only user that doesn't work. I can login by typing in the password but I need to login automatically.



Well, then perhaps the user is wrongly configured. IIRC, you need to have the file ~/.ssh/authorized_users with your public key in it, so sshd can match it to the private key when you log in.

If the file's there on the server, perhaps the client end is misconfigured. Apparently there's no way to feed the key to SSH via command line, you have to be using some sort of key agent. Which is highly annoying IMO, but then you can always use PuTTY instead of ssh.

Adam J Richardson
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