Creating user accounts....

Brian D. Ropers-Huilman bropers at
Thu Feb 13 18:07:12 EST 2003


You'll need to create a public/private key pair. Put the public key on all the 
nodes and leave the secret key on your administrative node. You'll also have 
to make sure you configure the SSH daemon on all the nodes to accept a public 
key authentication.

On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, RANGI, JAI wrote:
> Yeah this is also a good idea,
> one line ftp can be done this way 
> Root $ scp /etc/passwd root at node1:/etc/passwd 
> it will ask for a password type the password and your done
> and do the same for all three files and on all nodes..
> I was thinking of writing a script for this and run the script for that I
> was thinking of using scp command in batch mode by using the options -B like
> this and should not ask for password 
> root $ scp -B /etc/passwd root at node1:/etc/passwd   
> //but it says
> Permission denied (publickey,password).
> lost connection
> Any idea how to fix this 
> Jeff: are you doing the same or do you have some better way to do it ??????
> Jai Rangi

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