Note from DigitalOcean team: User has provided a popular answer to this question here: Recently I threw out my old linux laptop and set everything up again in my new laptop. Hi , I'm having the same issue. I still get the error. Thanks so much for your help, this is hugely appreciated. When I try to connect to the machine itself also getting the same error. If its a multi-user server where the admins gave everyone sudo rights to read each others directories, then yea a password should be used.
I want to use my Amazon ec2 instance but faced the following error: Permission denied publickey. Not really looking for any more sample code. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub , or mute the thread. I couldn't get that to work. I've had web sites with databases, etc. You'll specify the private key. The public key authentication is failing though.
Maybe the private key got corrupted during transfer to the bank? This is totally understandable but it gets confusing because during the step by step process of creating the new instance, you are asked to select or create a key at the very last step which will not work. I answered a question incorrectly when I secure shell'ed into another server, in my case from an Ubuntu workstation to a Debian server. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Even our unix admin is stumpted on it! If it is, test it with openssh client. Both keys give me the same error.
I created my public-pvt key pair using putty gen. I get the error in my subject line. Make sure to check the checkbox to use existing pub key. I have logined the system everyday since setup. The reason I ask; the hass docs say its not a good idea to use it at the bottom I'm guessing your symbol is not being escaped somewhere, have you tried a password without special characters? Turns out I was using the wrong private key. Bind to port 22 on 0. If you are having this problem I suggest waiting five minutes and trying again.
I know this thread is quite old but I stumbled up this because I had a similar issue with no solution to be found. I am able to login using the password. If you leave all the comments out, only two lines remain: Code : debug1: Bind to port 22 on 0. When i try 2 login it fails saying; Permission denied publickey,password,keyboard-interactive. I generated a key pairs using ssh-keygen and added the pub key to the remote machine that I wanted to connect. I couldn't get that to work. Have a question about this project? I've wasted time on this issue on three seperate occasions.
Without further information it is difficult to help you troubleshoot this. And if openssh fails, the failure must be on the server side. According to these logs, the keys on your local computer did not match the public keys on your droplet. I searched all question, but not working. Everything ends in Permission denied publickey.
Or did you pass the user name? For Ubuntu, the user name is ubuntu. Why am I getting this error? I have done all the above steps in my local machine and I still get the same error. This it where it fails to login. The third line above is where the problem actual was identified; however, I looked for at the debug message four lines from the bottom above and was misled. You may find removing the password entry in the addon config fixes the problem and is something you should do regardless. From the CoreLinux machine I can ssh out to any machine without any problems.
This has happened on two separate occasions. This instance had one ssh key setup before and in the sshd config it had permitrootlogin set to no. I've been trying to tell them that, and they keep denying that. But I can login as user fine, so it must be a configuration issue. Thanks, but I've tried dozens of samples of sample code. Encoding, blanks, seen it all.
I followed the using ssh guide, creating ssh key, adding ssh key for security on digitalocean. When I try to sshing, I am getting : Permission denied publickey,keyboard-interactive. ! Not sure what this will accomplish other than making sure the sshd has a config file that will allow any logins. Port 22 AddressFamily any ListenAddress 0. The machine is running Centos 6. I see that you simply wanted to test the key, I thought you were asking me to change my program.