I'm trying to setup server A and B so that a user signed in on one host as sybase can ssh to the other without a password, but it isn't working. I am able to get it working with no problems for the root account, but it doesn't seem to work nice with the non-root account. As the user I tried creating a DSA key with "ssh-keygen -t dsa" and accepting all defaults for the rest (blank passphrase). Then, I took the contents of the id_dsa.pub file and added it to the end of the ~sybase/.ssh/authorized_keys file. No use. I moved the DSA keys and created RSA keys and did the same steps. No go. Like I said though, it works perfectly fine with the root account. Hosts are Solaris 10 with the included ssh and sshd. It is patched up until pretty recent, maybe a month old. Both machines were made with the same jumpstart image. Has anyone seen this behavior before?