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external storage of public keys and users Mar 28 2011 09:41AM
Stanisław Pitucha (viraptor gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: external storage of public keys and users Mar 29 2011 01:33AM
Kushal Kumaran (kushal kumaran gmail com) (1 replies)
2011/3/28 StanisÅ?aw Pitucha <viraptor (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]>:
> Hi all,
> I'm looking for a way to allow a lot of users / public keys to be used
> on a server via sshd and I'd like to manage them easily in some
> repository (many such hosts would need access to it). I'd like to do
> that without sshd modifications like lpk. The data store already
> exists and cannot be changed, so kerberos unfortunately cannot be
> used.
> I do not want to use passwords (will be completely disabled) and would
> like standard ssh clients to be able to connect to this server
> (openssh and putty at least, but not only the latest versions).
> Users will have a standard ssh key pair (or a certificate with private
> key if that makes things any easier), but the client software is
> pretty much out of my control. I really want to use keys kere, since
> users will also use those for other purposes.
> I know that GSSAPI exists and is potentially related, but couldn't
> really find an answer for: can it be used here, what needs to be
> implemented to support it and can it use private/public key
> authentication?
> I'm interested in RHEL6-based systems, so openssh version ~5.3.

You might be able to write a PAM module for your customized
authentication needs.


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Re: external storage of public keys and users Mar 29 2011 09:14AM
Stanis³aw Pitucha (viraptor gmail com)


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