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How to establish properly the ssh communications between Pan
#1
Hi,

I'm installing the 1.2 version of Pandora. Once I've installed properly the components of the Pandora Server, I try to run one agent resident in the Pandora Server (meta-agent I think is called).

I got the following problem:

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[[email protected] pandora_Agent_NEOTERIS]# ./pandora_agent_daemon start
Pandora Agent is now running with PID 13536
[[email protected] pandora_Agent_NEOTERIS]# The authenticity of host '192.168.2.167 (192.168.2.167)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is f9:42:21:b4:45:c6:2a:03:00:0a:4c:12:02:2c:f7:e5.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?
Host key verification failed.
lost connection
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My problem is I don't know how to use the ssh-keygen command, to stablish properly the ssh communications between server and agent. Could you help me or give me some documentation explaining how to use the ssh-keygen to set up properly the ssh communications between server and agents?
Thank you in advanced.
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#2
These question is the "manual" authentication for hostkey. You need to set the first connection manually. If youre going to exec pandora agent under ROOT user, you need to execute:

ssh [email protected]_server_hostname

It will ask you:

The authenticity of host '192.168.2.167 (192.168.2.167)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is f9:42:21:b4:45:c6:2a:03:00:0a:4c:12:02:2c:f7:e5.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)?

You answer YES manually to this question: This is for validate authenticity of the other side. If you have copied the public key to /home/pandora/.ssh/authorized_keys correctly you must logon automaticaly.... the next step is to run pandora agent.
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#3
I'm really sorry, but I haven't any experience in this issue. You said:

"You answer YES manually to this question: This is for validate authenticity of the other side. If you have copied the public key to /home/pandora/.ssh/authorized_keys correctly you must logon automaticaly.... the next step is to run pandora agent. "

I don't have the directory .ssh created in /home/pandora and I don't know how to create the file authorized_keys. I don't know how to create the public key neither. Could you tell me how I do this.

Thank you very much.
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#4
Take a look at these howto about SSH:

http://www.arches.uga.edu/~pkeck/ssh/
http://nlpfarm.sourceforge.net/sshhowto.html
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