Ubuntu Networking :: Change / Remove Old Ssh Keys?

Feb 20, 2010

So I have sshopen-server installed on a few machines on my home network. I just rebuilt one of the machines and gave it the same hostname and the same ip address that it had before I rebuilt it. But when I go to connect to the machine now I get this error.


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Jan 4, 2010

I am trying to reinstall ubuntu on my computer. I am now trying to create partition but I accidently created one that I do not want. Next to the name of the partition is a set of keys so I am guessing that it is locked. How do I remove that.

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Jan 4, 2010

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Jul 5, 2010

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I hv been seeing it since previous versions.

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Apr 8, 2010

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Apr 20, 2010

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How can I customize Thunderbird's shortcuts so, for example, "Mark as Junk" is ControlJ?

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Mar 28, 2010

Since reinstalling Ubuntu 9.10 and learning how to get the Notification Area working properly:

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It appeared about 20 mins ago. I hovered the mouse over it and it generated the following text:

"Click on the icon to drop all elevated privileges"

I right-clicked on the icon, thinking I might learn something more about it. But it disappeared. No other messages were given.

It appeared again about five or ten minutes ago. I did not click on it. But it disappeared of its own accord after a minute or two.

What is this? Should I have clicked on it? What have I done? How can I get this bunch of keys under my control?

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Jun 28, 2010

I had my procedure down for setting up the keys on my various machines on my LAN when I was running Fedora9 - I just followed my own notes to set up 'ssh' on one of my machines that I am upgrading to Fedora13 and am finding discrepancies. I used to be able to set files up such that if I am on one machine, I could just ssh to another and I wouldn't be prompted for passwords or passphrases etc. Whatever I did before doesn't work any more (I keep being prompted for passwords/passphrases) - does anyone have a hint to point me in the right direction on how to set up the keys etc. - or what changed from F9 to F13? Also is the handling of ssh keys the same from F9 to F13? Reading the documentation it seems that on my old machines the man page says this:


<snip> that passphrase will be used to encrypt the private part of this file using 3DES.


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Jul 19, 2010

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Jul 5, 2010

I*am using Kubuntu 10.04. I would like to change some of the standard shortcut keys for bash (terminal).

I want:

Ctrl-C to copy the selected text to the clipboard.
Ctrl-V to paste from the clipboard into the terminal.
Ctrl-Z to undo.
Ctrl-Shift-C (or even better, Super-C) to terminate the command.
Ctrl-Shift-Z (or Super-Z) to be the background command.
I*don't even know what Ctrl-V did before, some I*won't worry about remapping it.

EDIT:*I*have no idea what is putting the * char after each "I". Maybe this is a non-breaking space?

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Jun 14, 2009

Sound is my #1 issue on F11.
Most of the time I can't change the system wide volume setting by pressing the function keys on my laptop (the volume indicator doesn't even show up). When that happens (and I havent't been able to find out why and under what conditions that happens) the volume applet on my panel also becomes useless. Useless meaning that I can slide the slider up and down with no effect on the audible volume. I can still change the volume within the individul applications (rhythmbox, totem, ...) with success.
Adjusting the volume via gst-mixer or pavucontrol does also works as expected. It's really just the volume keys and the panel applet that refuse to cooperate.

About this system (pretty standard intel_hda, no problems with F10)code...

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Jun 27, 2011

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Apr 17, 2010

I don't know if this is a configuration issue or a hardware issue, but I have a Kinesis Advantage USB keyboard and for some reason the F3-F5 keys aren't responding as they used to. They don't respond to anything and, when I tried using F5 on Emacs, it said <XF86AudioNext> is undefined, so I guess it's a weird mapping problem.

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Jan 7, 2011

I am attempting to try install XUbuntu.

I loaded the dvd (one that came with Linux Format Magazine No. 139), changed BIOS to boot from dvd, and then:

I get the welcome screen with the options to boot Ubuntu, KUbuntu, XUbuntu or Boot from First Hard Disk. As I have an older laptop I was going to try XUbuntu. However, the arrow keys did not change the boot option. In fact nothing worked, Tab did not bring up a menu and Enter did not initiate boot.

I tried reloading the dvd, switching off the laptop (no way to shutdown) and restarting but always come up with the same problem.

My DVD drive works fine and the dvd appears not to be faulty since all the info is readable when it is loaded with windows running.

My system details are:

HP compaqnx9000
Mobile Intel Pentium(R) 4-m CPU 2.20 GHz 219GHz 704MB RAM
Optiarc DVD RW AD-7580A
Radeon 1GP 340M

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Apr 7, 2011

I'm running Debian (Squeeze) and I have a toshiba portege m700. It has five buttons on the front just under the screen, which are the only ones accessible when you flip the screen over into tablet mode. One of them is for rotating the screen, and another is for switching to external display. I want to remap the remaining three to control, alt and super so that I can use shortcuts with the stylusThe problem is, when I used showkey to find out the key codes, I found out that each button generates more than one key code:Button 1:

key 126 press >> super_r, although this is distinct from the actual super key (125)
key 7 press >> 6
key 7 release
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Feb 9, 2010

I'd been trying to get into Linux before I bought it so I figured that I would try to get it onto my new Mac so that I could use it wherever I am. I decided to try Debian Lenny 5.0.3 a whirl after reading about all the different distros available. I've successfully installed it and I can get to it with rEFIt, and I have quite a few things working such as the video drivers and wifi. However, I've had trouble getting it to a level where it'd be usable away from home. Here are the main problems I'm worried about:

1) I installed pommed but I still can't use the brightness keys to change the screen brightness. I'm not sure if there's some other workaround for this?

2) I tried some recommended power management packages (gnome-power-manager) but it doesn't seem to be accessible or functional right now. I don't have any way to control it or get to it that is obvious to me. Is an icon or anything supposed to appear on the task bar when you install or what? Getting some sort of power management on here is important because it gets really lousy battery life otherwise.

3) Being a Macbook, there's no right-click button. Multitouch would be really nice (two-finger scrolling!) but I'd be OK with ANY way to right-click with the touchpad. I have a wireless USB keyboard/mouse combo that works at home at least . . . right out of the box too!

4) I've seen some packages called the Mactel PPA, but they are made for Ubuntu. Since Debian and Ubuntu are so similar, is there any way to make those work on Lenny? I think that if I got those to work, I could fix some of the problems above. Or do I have to install Ubuntu?

5) I just noticed that the sound doesn't seem to work yet either.

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May 21, 2010

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Mar 25, 2010

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Apr 19, 2011

I am running Karmic on a Lenovo s10e. I have been trying to reconnect to some wep encrypted ap's. There have been recent changes to the routers. In some cases my mac is barred, also some have changed their mac as well. Typical behavior of network manager on failed connection is to ERASE THE WEP KEY.

I call this worse than a bug, I really get tired of typing in the same key over and over! I think there is a basic misunderstanding about what the software is supposed to do. Even if there an error in the key, having the old one there to edit would be a huge help. IN MY PROFESSIONAL OPINION, NETWORK MANAGER SHOULD NEVER, EVER ERASE THE WEP KEY. Typing in 26 hex digits (for a long key) is needless aggravation.

If I am doing something wrong, someone please tell me. My point still stands. Even if I am doing something wrong, THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR ERASING THE WEP KEY.

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Jul 31, 2009

Is it possible to set up an OpenVPN without having to issue keys or certificates.All tutorials I found seem to use them.

I want just a basic username/password approach - I don't care that much about security obviously but is it at all possible?

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Jan 24, 2011

I am running hardy on my laptop and was thinking its time I upgraded. One thing that's been holding me back is I have a number of wifi keys stored in there somewhere and can't remember what they were exactly. Are they exportable?

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Jan 5, 2010

Before karmic while I was using Jaunty, I used to do it all the time, play my favorite sounds wherever I was them, startup, error, login, logout, etc etc... I found it in System>Preferences>Sound...

But when I do the same in Karmic, the opening dialogue box doesn't give me an option to change every sound specifically, instead, although it gives me option to choose a sound theme of my own. But for that I must first compile a theme and then install it / place it in sound themes directory etc etc.

How would I change sounds for particular events without having to compile a whole new theme (customizing the current Ubuntu sound theme)...

how do I create sound themes for Ubuntu and them install them in my Ubuntu?

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Jan 16, 2011

I wanted to create another panel on my computer. I created one, which formed directly above one that I already had (at the bottom of one of my two screens). Just out of curiosity I asked it to autohide. That was a big mistake. Now, I am unable to right click to remove or change the panel (the right click menu doesn't appear). This is true for all my panels. I thought logging out might fix it. No luck. Restart. No luck. Now my "top level" panel won't load, which means I don't have access to any of the main menus at all. Basically, the only think I can access at this point is what is on my desktop.

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Dec 12, 2010

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Sep 30, 2010

I've been searching for a while in forums about the issue I'm facing but couldn't find anything clear, or at least my net search skills are pretty lame. I'm facing a problem with prompted user password in a SSH chain connection when using authorized_keys.

I have: (1) Client - (2) Server - (3) Testing machine (testing machine is connect to Server via usb network)I've created keys for Client and Server, and updated authorized_keys in host machines with the key values: Testing machine has Server public key, and Server has Client public key.Until now everything is fine, if I try to connect via ssh the user password prompt is not shown since public key is found in authorized_keys.

For example: from Client: Code: ssh server Works fine, no password prompt.from Server: Code: ssh testing_machine Works fine, no password prompt.But if try to do that from Client only: from Client: Code: client:$ ssh server Works fine, no password prompt.from Client: Code: server:$ ssh testing_machine Asks for password.Bellow the verbose output from previous ssh command:

Code: ssh -v root(at)
OpenSSH_5.3p1 Debian-3ubuntu4, OpenSSL 0.9.8k 25 Mar 2009
debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config
debug1: Applying options for *
debug1: Connecting to [] port 22.

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