I’m trying to access my manjaro laptop from My Android phone I’ve installed Juicessh (App).
I started ssh by following command
sudo systemctl start sshd.service
It’s running but when I tried to access it I’m entering my log in Password but it says Authentication failure
And I’m on LAN
You should familiarize yourself with how the sshd is configured.
However - as I recall it - the only login which is default disallowed using password is the root account.
Also - if you want it to persist during reboot you need to enable the service as well.
So I suspect you have restarted your computer inbetween trying to login using your phone
More likely however, you may have typed the password wrong - judging from the message
The password you use for
ssh is the same as for your normal login. However, it is possible that…
sshd is configured to not accept logins without an authentication key;
sshd only allows logins from a certain IP range;
sshd only allows logins from users belonging to a certain group; or
ssh key on your phone does not match the list of authorized keys on the laptop.
… for more information.
sudo systemctl enable --now sshd.service
Please use this command to SSH into the laptop:
If you just do
ssh <laptop-ip> you are probably trying to connect with a user that does not exist on the laptop.
Oh actually it worked Thanks a million, The problem was with my keyboard while entering password one of the key wasn’t working , Thanks a lot
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