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Re: User key files in a Domain environment

At 04:26 PM 7/20/2001, Joshua McClintock wrote:
>Hello, I am having a problem getting my root user to be able to ssh in
>through key equivlancy when my machine gets added to a domain. The output I
>get from the event log from sshd is:
>failed: setuid 1000: Not owner
>The perms on his private keys are set to 0600. I am using ntsec and it did
>work before I added the machine to the domain. I also added the
>U-domain/user to /etc/passwd.  Can anyone help? Please reply to joshm at
>gravityedge dot com.

Hm.  Maybe you want to try regenerating your /etc/passwd and /etc/group 
files with the -d flag instead, assuming the user is part of the domain
as well.  If that's the case, the user ID on the domain for this user is
unlikely to be the same as it is off the domain.  mkpasswd/mkgroup -d
should clarify if this is the issue.

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