If PasswordAuthentication is off, an attempt to ssh without a valid certificate, is met with the error: Permission denied (publickey). Is there a way to make it just drop the request and timeout instead?
on 12/17/2013 – Made popular on 12/17/2013
I am trying to set up passwordless ssh on two fresh linux VM's from VM A to VM B but I'm having permissions issues. I installed openssh-server on both vm's and configured /etc/ssh/sshd_config as follows:
I am using android volley and when i make a request i get a timeout error. I increase the timeout using
The problem to this implementation is i get a result with request.finish: 7123ms.
I've had the idea to set-up a personal server to easily manage my documents and other minor projects. As I'm fairly new to SSH, I was wondering how to manage keys with multiple devices. Disabling password authentication in favor of public key (RSA) makes it seemingly impossible to add new keys to my server.
I use DefaultHttpClient. When i make a request, sometimes entity returns with null and this is ok, but before client's timeout if i make second request i get "org.apache.http.ProtocolException: The server failed to respond with a valid HTTP response" exception. After timeout, when i make a request, everything works fine.
because of the entity return null i can not call consumeContent() method.