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Cannot login after configuring freenx
|Hanxue 1 post||
I started an Amazon Web Services EC2 instance of Ubuntu 10.04, and tried to setup FreeNX. When I attempt to connect via SSH again, I just get the general errorusername “bitnami”.
Server refused our key
But when I log in using the username [B]nx[/B] and the default FreeNX DSA private key, I can log in, but not into a proper shell:
Welcome to Ubuntu!
At the moment, only the core of the system is installed. To tune the
A newer build of the Ubuntu lucid server image is available.
I suspect it is because I mucked around sshd_config. Now I cannot get in via SSH, although I still can get in via FreeNX, but then there is no gnome-terminal or anything that allows me to type a command. Direct root login is disabled by default.
Any clue how I can recover access to my server instance?
|victoria Administrator 134 post(s)||
Are you using the right key when trying accessing as bitnami user? In the FreeNX documentation I see it mentions:
If you have renamed the bitnami user key you can try to login with ssh -i