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Posted on 2016-08-30
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Hi,

I am trying to login to a linux ami EC2 from amazon, although I am receiving this error:

permission denied (publickey, gssapi-keyex, gssapi-with-mic)

Does anyone know how to work around this?

Thanks
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Question by:Eric Donaldson
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You have to setup ssh-keys to log on. There is no password log on option available. Did you get/create ssh keys when you setup this instance?
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by:Eric Donaldson
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ok thanks; and use the key from linux cli?  It still wont connect
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yes, you should just be able to ssh to your Linux host without having to specify a password
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