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comment How do I set up SSH so I don't have to type a password, and without using a public key?
Sorry I forgot to come back and provide feedback on this. After modifying /etc/hosts as suggested I get debug1: Unspecified GSS failure. Minor code may provide more information Generic error (see e-text). Nothing else in the output is relevant to the error.
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comment How do I set up SSH so I don't have to type a password, and without using a public key?
Yeah, it would... I'll ask them about it, but for now hopefully your fix should settle things. I'll try it tomorrow.
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comment How do I set up SSH so I don't have to type a password, and without using a public key?
This seems like it should be pretty close to ideal for me, but it doesn't seem to work - I was able to login with Kerberos successfully (no error messages), but I still get prompted for a password. Error messages from ssh -vv are similar to the trace I posted except I get debug1: Unspecified GSS failure. Minor code may provide more information\n Server not found in Kerberos database instead of the thing about the credential cache file not being found.