[linux-elitists] telnet weenie frenzy!
Mon Feb 26 23:32:47 PST 2001
begin Joakim Ziegler quotation:
> Speaking of which, perhaps someone around here knows the answer to
> this. I run a ssh tunnel for fetchmail to get my mail from a box in
> Norway. Recently, I copied this setup to my girlfriend's freshly
> installed RedHat 7 box, which comes with a newer version of ssh, that
> supports the ssh version 2 protocol, which in turn uses DSA key pairs
> for authentication. So far, so good. But it seems to be that
> ssh-agent/ssh-add only supports unlocking RSA keys, and thus is
> unusable if you want to use the SSHv2 protocol. Is this true? Do I
> have to type the pass phrase every frigging time I want to log in?
Hmm. ssh.com's SSH has ssh-add2 and ssh-agent2:
And then for OpenSSH:
The manpages _claim_ that ssh-add & ssh-agent both support either DSA or
I don't know what exactly Red Hat puts in RH7: Maybe your best bet is
to help your girlfried compile the current OpenSSH/OpenSSL from source.
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