Key authentication on Zoo will not work, since Zoo cannot access your
home directory to check keys until it has a kerberos credential. It may
only acquire a credential if you forward one, or if it creates one from
If you want to get around typing your password often, use
kerberos/gssapi when connecting to zoo.
On 2/18/10 10:20 AM, Marc Farnum Rendino wrote:
> Folks -
> Is publickey auth allowed/working on zoo?
> My public and private keys are in the same places as on other systems,
> and work OK on the other systems, though not on zoo; it always falls
> through to password auth (which does succeed).
> I tried verbose mode and watch if offer both my RSA & DSA keys in turn
> and each fails with no indication why.
> I've also tried connecting from several "client" systems (with their own
> key pairs), so it's not one system.
> Any clues?