Trying to connect to host using SSH CA
I'm trying to setup SSH certificate authorization, by configurin my certificate authority to authenticate users to my server. I generate a new set of keys, which will I use to sign user ssh-keygen -f users_ca Then, I modify SSH daemon configuration to look for this, I open /etc/ssh/sshd_config and at the bottom I add the line: TrustedUserCAKeys /etc/ssh/users_ca.pub So these changes would take place, I restart SSH daemon sudo service ssh restart Then I transfer user's id_rsa.pub on server and sign with ssh-keygen -s users_ca -I user_username -n username -V +52w id_rsa.pub That gives me id_rsa-cert.pub file which I transfer to user and by that being done, user should connect to server without any problem. But, when the user tries to connect using ssh user#server.com it gets the following message no such identity: /home/user/.ssh/id_ed25519: No such file or directory user#server.com's password: When I type in the server's password it connects without any problem, but it shouldn't ask for it. Funny thing is, when I do the same steps on the user in virtual machine which is on my server, it connects without asking for the key.
Egrep and contains in BASH
Ipython Notebook (+ inline matplotlibplots) + shell + tmux
SVN Post-Commit Hook to Publish Website?
What is the lowest level open/public API through which Linux graphics system talks to the GPU?
Quick way to modify to multiple filenames in Linux
disable automatic line wrapping in Ubuntu terminal
How to use tee with sshpass in shell script
about Process control block in OS
copy a whole folder to SFTP server
How to get data from file with tail and awk
How to release hugepages from the crashed application
Linux startup init.d file always fails with following bash, whats wrong?
Identify library calls in assembly
confusion setting up i2p base32 with 52 characters
Find all instances of word occurring in a file