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For instance :- use a general account for login with public key and for each pubkey in authorized_keys2 specify an ssh command
to localhost which is password enabled. - or start a shell which requires a password. Hans
We each other haven't understood. I have adjusted authorization on a public key. But only two methods: 1. The server will authorize without the password (if the key formed without the password). 2. The client ask the key password (if the key is protected by the password). It is necessary for me: 1. What the client is mandatory had a public key without the password without which the server won't pass the client. 2. That at authorization the client would ask the unix password of the user on the server.
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