FAQ

On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 13:45, Paul Heinlein wrote:
On Mon, 15 Nov 2010, cliff here wrote:

You should check the perms on the dirs, ssh will not allow it use
the keys if they are too permissive. So I would check starting at
/home
This is the most likely cause; I'd check there too.

If not,

1. Ensure the file hash is the same (e.g., no extraneous whitespace
in the middle of the key)
2. sshd is usually pretty good about writing errors to syslog.

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Found it...
In /var/log/secure I got
"Authentication refused: bad ownership or modes for directory
/home/zema/.ssh"
I had checked the file, not the directory...
Thanks all...
John


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