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Re: Re: ssh public keys and pam



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Jason

Yes that's exactly what I would like to do.
I would like to store the SSH public keys in an LDAP - Directory
instead of storing them locally.
Then I would like to authenticate against those keys. This way I could
control access to all our servers via LDAP.

I first tried to hack pam_ldap - module but I read about issues in a
newsgroup

http://www.opensolaris.org/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=614&tstart=15

Therefore I tried to make my own module. But I can't find a way to get
the public key into the pam-module. All I get is the password after
SSH pubkey authentication fails.

Any hint on this subject is greatly appreciated.

Regards Daniel

>
> I don't have experience working with ssh keys, but with PAM and
> LDAP. What exactly do you want to do? Use the SSH keys as
> authentication or something?
>
> Daniel Jacober wrote:
>
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>> Eric
>>
>> Thanks for your hint, nevertheless I would like to get the public
>> key into the pam_module. Does anyone have experience with that?
>>
>> Regards Daniel
>>
>>
>>
>>> Here's what I'm trying to do: I would like to store my public
>>> keys centrally on an LDAP - Server and redirect public key
>>> authentication with PAM to the LDAP - Server.
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Sounds like you're looking for OpenSSH LDAP public key support.
>> There's a patch here:
>>
>> http://www.opendarwin.org/projects/openssh-lpk/
>>
>> - -Eric
>>
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