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bug#26695: openssh password-authentication? should be #f by default

From: Marius Bakke
Subject: bug#26695: openssh password-authentication? should be #f by default
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2017 19:23:50 +0200
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Christopher Allan Webber <address@hidden> writes:

> Maxim Cournoyer writes:
>> +1. Although it means the keys will have to be copied by another mean
>> than the "ssh-copy-id" script. Maybe the configuration could accept
>> the public key? :) I haven't checked if this is already possible.
> We have discussed in the past having some service that just copies some
> static files on init.  That would be enough to set up public keys
> appropriately.

I think that can already be done with 'special-file-service-type'.


Another approach could be a small program that reads a configuration
file and can also pull from e.g. the ec2 metadata service which should
work with many "cloud" providers. Similar to "cloud-init" but Guile of
course :)

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