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Old 4th August 2009
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Default ssh key access non root users

Hello, i have ssh key login working for root but want to allow it for couple of other users, thing is i seem to get it to work?

I using gentoo linux to connect from and keychain to load key for session for all connections.

If ssh for root it is fine but if try from other user i still get asked for password for normal ssh login!

I have same files and keys in user .ssh dir as i do in root so it should work?


any ideas?

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