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Re: cvs w/ ssh&dyn ips

From: Nick Papadonis
Subject: Re: cvs w/ ssh&dyn ips
Date: 07 Nov 2000 22:22:46 -0500
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I don't know about this.  When looking at the public key on my client
machine I see:
 1024 37 1524978 ... 60649 address@hidden

It appears my temporary hostname is created when creating my public

So if I put this file on the server and my ip changes, so will my
hostname, and therefore the server's hostname for the authorized key
is invalid.  Now the server will revert to asking for a password

HELP! :)

- Nick

>>>>> "Jay" == Jay Sachs <address@hidden> writes:

    Jay> You could put your SSH public key into your
    Jay> .ssh/authorized_keys file on the server. But I may be
    Jay> misunderstanding your problem.

    Jay> jay

    Jay> Nick Papadonis wrote:
    >>  Hi.
    >> I have been battling with this problem for much time and was
    >> wondering if anyone had figured out a good solution.
    >> I would like to use CVS with ssh, but my clients have dynamic
    >> ip's.  My server has a dynamic ip, but has it's a dynamic dns
    >> entry that is updated when ips change.
    >> The .shosts solution seems to work ok, and I have scripts that
    >> will automatically update .shosts when a user's ip changes.
    >> However, the user must ssh and start a shell to invoke the
    >> script.
    >> Is there any easier way to do this?  Am I making things too
    >> complicated.
    >> Any insight appreciated.  --
    >> .. Nick Papadonis
    >> _______________________________________________ Info-cvs
    >> mailing list address@hidden


.. Nick Papadonis

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