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actually i am trying to run a perl script on say like i m working in system1, ill try to access a perl script that is there in system2, through ssh (previously rsh, but tats not working for debian.. i m using debian)...
but ssh is asking me password every time and after giving password i can access through the terminal and not with my script (perl script not working, the initial connection to system2 can be made thro' perl script), rest i am using terminal.. so its not automation at all...
my officials r saying tat, bcos of security in ssh, i cant able to run my script ..so kindly help me..
Distribution: REDHAT, FEDORA,SUSE, UBUNTU, ORACLE ENTERPRISE LINUX & SOLARIS 10
if u want to access ssh without that can be done.
if u want password less connection between server 1 to server 2 for root user then login on server 1 thru root.
then use command ssh-keygen -t rsa, it will generate rsa key pair. keep pressing enter it will make the rsa key for u.
copy this key & login to server2 using root & paste the key in /root/.ssh/authorized_keys file.if the file does not exist then create it using touch.
if .ssh folder is not there then just ssh server1 from server2 & u will get the .ssh folder.
once key of server1 is placed in server2 then u can ssh from server1 to server2 without password.