[SOLVED] Troubles with SSH Pub Auth
I have setup SSH with Public Key Authentication and this works fine for one account, but not the other. Neither account is root, they both use Putty as the client, and keys were generated from putty-gen. The relevant public key for each user is in /home/
The error on the second account is no supported authentication methods available.
Both users are in the same group and listed in AllowUsers and AllowGroups in sshd.config. I have been trying to figure this out for the past couple hours now, but just can't see what the problem is. Any thoughts on what the issue could be, would be greatly appreciated.
Are the /home/(user)/.ssh/authorized_keys files owned by the respective users?
Does the problematic user's home directory coincide with /home/(user) ?
Any typos, e.g. authurized_keys?
hope it helps.
I knew the problem would be something simple, and of course it was. I have found the problem was authorized_keys being chmod 0600, I have since set it to 0644, and all is well.