Difference: OpenSshGsiAuth (2 vs. 3)

Revision 32012/08/08 - Main.TerrenceMartin

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Open SSH with GSI Auth

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  yum -y install gsi-openssh-server
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gsi-sshd configuration

cd /etc/gsissh
mv sshd_config sshd_config.old
cp sshd_config.rpmnew sshd_config
/etc/init.d/gsissh reload

/etc/shadow

It standard RHEL or CentOS? local users accounts have their password set to

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this will cause the logins to fail with a message like
 
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User username not allowed because account is locked

The fix is to replace the

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in /etc/shadow for those users that are to login via gsissh

Authors

 
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-- TerrenceMartin - 2012/08/08
 -- TerrenceMartin - 2012/04/04
 
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