On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 04:07:58PM +0000, Jerry Connolly mentioned:
> I think you have misspelled these?
That didn't seem to make much difference.
I did however rename them to authorized_keys, and it worked. Nearly. Now
I'm getting (in the servers' secure log):
Feb 12 17:31:15 goodwillow sshd: Accepted publickey for ROOT from 192.168.1.254 port 1022 ssh2
Feb 12 17:31:15 goodwillow sshd: fatal: PAM setcred failed: Authentication service cannot retrieve user credentials
I'm running identd on the client. Anything else it's talking about ?
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