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    tedlu
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    Hi there,
    First of all, what a great thing you’re building there, absolutely love it.
    I’m wondering if there is a way to enable ssh public key authentication from a remote machine as admin, or root.
    The reason for that is I want to have a script with a cron from a remote machine, randomly pick a guest login password and ssh to Zeroshell box and use ldapmodify to update it week or so and post it on an internal webpage, too. I could not seem to be able to get the public key authentication to work on 1.06 beta CF running on a harddisk.

    I suppose I can use a “expect” script to do it, but it’s insecure and not pretty.

    I can also use /etc/rc.local to run something to change the password, but I want to be able to post the new password to a web page on a remote system…

    Maybe you have some other idea…

    Thank you for your time!

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    tedlu
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    I withdraw the question, sorry.

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