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SSH: “no such identity”

I'm having a very peculiar problem getting SSH to work on my Linux box. I have a passwordless git user identified by an OpenSSH key. If I attempt to ssh into it from either the same or a different ...
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CentOS 6 sshd: Logging in works, but still claims “access denied”

I have just installed a plain CentOS 6.3 system. I enabled sshd, and try to connect with Putty. This works, but here is what I get: login as: user Access denied user@192.168.1.7's password: Last ...
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SSH Permission denied on Correct Password Authentication

I could successfully SSH into my machine yesterday with the exact same credentials I am using today. The machine is running Centos 6.3. But now for some reason it is giving me permission denied. Here ...
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SSH public keys not working

I've spent a few hours trying to solve this, but have gotten nowhere. The server is running CentOS 6 and using OpenSSH. The client is running OpenSSH too. I created a public key on the client (my ...
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How to restrict SSH root login, but allow some exceptions

in openssh, you can restrict root login (PermitRootLogin no) but can it have an exception?