Martin Sivak <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I mean, how would you setup different identities for more user
> accounts on the same server (it doesn't happen often, but..)?

I do not claim the way I do is the best way, but I do that all
the time.

I just use different "name" to connect, by setting up the ssh
client configuration file to give me the protocol parameters I
want depending on the name I use.  The wildcard support handles
permutations quite nicely.  Something like this:

    $ cat .ssh/config
    Host *-1-*
      Protocol 1
    Host *-2-*
      Protocol 2
    Host lucia-*
      Hostname lucia.example.xz
    Host myriam-*
      Hostname myriam.example.xz
    Host *-junio
      IdentityFile ~/.ssh/identity-junio
      IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_dsa-junio
    Host *-junkio
      IdentityFile ~/.ssh/identity-junkio
      IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_dsa-junkio

    $ ssh lucia-2-junio ;# go to lucia over protocol 2, use id_dsa-junio
    $ ssh myriam-1-junkio ;# to myriam over protocol 1, use identity-junkio


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