Describe days4/projects/sepuser here.

We assume a UNIX user named "sageserver".

if .ssh/ doesn't exist for sageserver user:

 ssh-keygen -t rsa

# Make these all with same stupid password
 sudo adduser sage1

# set them up for ssh automated logins
 ssh [email protected] "mkdir .ssh"
 scp .ssh/ [email protected]:.ssh/authorized_keys2

# set all passwords of user accounts to be random.

This should work to run SAGE for all users

[email protected]:~$ ssh -t [email protected] sage

# Groups

Change lines in /etc/groups:


days4/projects/sepuser (last edited 2008-11-14 13:41:51 by localhost)