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Jan
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comment Manually generate password for /etc/shadow
Method 1) and 2) above uses MD5 for hashing. MD5 isn't considered best practise anymore as there has been hash collisions. Use method 3) or the one described in unix.stackexchange.com/a/198906/10911.
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accepted Will `sufficient` override `requisite`?
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accepted How do I configure sshd to 1) require public key _and_ 2) require a password for login?
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asked Will `sufficient` override `requisite`?
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asked How do I configure sshd to 1) require public key _and_ 2) require a password for login?
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22
comment Manually generate password for /etc/shadow
Note that make of these will end up in your shell history. I would use openssl passwd -1 which 1) doesn't end up there and 2) generates a random salt for you (which doesn't end up in shell history, neither).
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comment How do I post something using cURL that starts with `@`?
That didn't work for me. :-/
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