--- Matthew Seaman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> For ssh(1) to work using key based auth, all of the
> files in
> ~user/.ssh on the server must have the correct
> permissions, and the
> host public keys for the server should be known to
> the client machine,
> and vice versa.

No no ... I was talking about _host_ keys, not user
keys - no user home directories should be involved at
all.  I am simply sharing host keys so that all users
on CLIENT can login to SERVER with no passwords ... am
I missing something here ?

I think my problem is that I gave the public _host_
key of the CLIENT to the SERVER, but really I should
give the public _host_ key of the SERVER to the CLIENt
... is that my problem ?

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