Difference: OpenSshGsiAuth (1 vs. 3)

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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

!!
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

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

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  Install the Epel Repo (see OSG site for latest location)
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Then install yum priorities,
 
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Followed by

 rpm -Uvh http://repo.grid.iu.edu/osg-el5-release-latest.rpm

and then...

yum install osg-ca-certs

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yum -y install fetch-crl
 

Install gsissh

This will bring in the ssh related globus packages

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Open SSH with GSI Auth

This document covers the installation and configuration required to allow Open SSH with GSI Authentication

Installation

Grabbing Epel and OSG Packages

Install the Epel Repo (see OSG site for latest location)

Then install yum priorities

yum install yum-priorities

Install gsissh

This will bring in the ssh related globus packages

 yum install gsissh

Install gsi-openssh-server

 yum -y install gsi-openssh-server

Authors

-- TerrenceMartin - 2012/04/04

 
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