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> You say that this works as root, but your example seems to indicate
> otherwise.  By default, root logins via ssh is disabled in the sshd
> config file, usually at /etc/ssh/sshd_config.  If for some reason you
> want to allow root logins via ssh then uncomment the following line and
> change "no" to "yes" - then restart sshd:
> PermitRootLogin yes
> However, I think this would generally be frowned upon from a security
> standpoint.

Hi Nathan,

Tks for your advice which works.

This arrangement is only to facilitate Administor's job.  He operates outside 
contact as 'user' from there if necessary he can login as root doing 


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