[web-team] Hmm, access to the server...
star at starshine.org
Wed Dec 18 18:53:21 PST 2002
I'm not sure if this is a sign of something bad happening, or merely
me being empty-headed about my own passwords again. I could hvve
sworn that I'd gotten all my sites running on keys.
If the www.svlug.org machine is supposed to be using ssh keys, then
it isn't asking for the passphrase to mine; it's demanding a real
password, and it's doing this for both ssh version 1 or 2 protocol.
Stunned, I tried to enter what I thought would be my password, anyway.
I appear to have forgotten the right one though.
(Funny; I changed my *workstation* password recently; you'd think
that would be the one I'd forget. But noooo.)
I probably did something clever that I thought I'd remember, and once
my fingers have forgotten it I have no idea myself. Embarrassing.
Hope to hear from someone soon.
Anyways if one of us who isn't so detained could drop the following
into ~star/.ssh/authorized_keys I'd appreciate it.
.... BEGIN public portion of Heather's usual ssh key ....
ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEAr3Rjz5dxirUYpc0dVSPsKAIMHB/Ad0aOgE7NKS5vVIE5wfr53+WiHQuPStEvkVEl9lgnKlSP9kxnvPGV/avtNew0H7P77zviG7tEC6/XSr+sLx/zajRsQD7a6eNkFUzPsAAAGwc3IsiiGnyOm/S5JU7GuPOHfGDtu1l7KfUpe+k= star at betelgeuse
.... end ................................................
Although arranging a spare moment when I can get access and restore
the password to something I *can* actually remember would be a good
idea. While I don't need it to do web work, if anybody wants me to do
some work via sudo at some point I'd need it then.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
. | . Heather Stern | star at starshine.org
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