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Re: qx//, ssh -t (pseudo-tty) and sudo

by Nitrox (Chaplain)
on Nov 07, 2003 at 13:30 UTC ( [id://305286]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to qx//, ssh -t (pseudo-tty) and sudo

What about setting up certificate based authentication for the user you're logging in with?


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Re: Re: qx//, ssh -t (pseudo-tty) and sudo
by bugsbunny (Scribe) on Nov 07, 2003 at 13:51 UTC
    the program asking for password is in-fact SUDO,not the ssh.
    For ssh i have keychain installed and configured, so it doesnt ask for password

      Have you tried NOPASSWD in your sudo config? Something like:

      # User specification
      user machine=(otheruser) NOPASSWD: /bin/mv

        hmm that is probably some solution, 'cause if I'm already logged as user X into the machine this means I know the password :")
        Except if someone succed to crack the machine remotely and log as user X. :"), then I'm in trouble...
        then i have to decide which is worse the password to be seen on console or not to ask for password at all...

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