I'm trying to log into a machine on my network without having to type in
the passphrase/passwd. On he remote machine I used ssh-keygen and just
pressed enter for the passphrase's. However after that doing ssh to that
machine still asks me for my passwd (the one from the /etc/shadow file).
How can I get around this? My ~/.ssh/known_hosts contains references to
the machine I'm ssh'ing from.

Are there any FAQ's / recipes which would show me how to set ssh up so
that I can runbatch jobs (using scp -B) over them without using passwords
- as using the -B option still makes ssh ask for my passwd :(


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