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People are sometimes given access to Linux/Unix and asked to change their initial passwords. But for beginners, changing a Linux/Unix password is not an easy task, especially when there is only SSH log on allowed to the Linux/Unix server. This post introduces how to change password of user USER on host HOST remotely using SSH.
Sshpass is a utility designed for running ssh using the mode referred to as “keyboard-interactive” password authentication, but in non-interactive mode. S s h uses direct TTY access to make. OK, to add extra security, consider sshpass -f filewithpassword. Then secure the password file's permissions, make it work, and then read some 'clever' advice about how using sshpass is bad, and authorizedkeys is great. Especially, when somebody else just gives you login+pass (e.g. For SFTP), and no option to authorize your public key. Sshpass 1.05 (C) 2006-2011 Lingnu Open Source Consulting Ltd. This program is free software, and can be distributed under the terms of the GPL See the COPYING file for more information. This entry was posted in OS X and tagged apple, Mac, OS X, sshpass, Yosemite by admin.
Steps are as follows. Note: you will need to replace HOST and USER with the actual username and hostname you are using.
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On Linux and Mac OS X, open a terminal and run
If it asks whether your are continuing connecting if you do this for the first time, you can enter 'yes' to continue.
It will display
You will need to enter the password. You can’t see what you have entered here.
In side of the SSH login, run
It will display
Enter your old password here. You can’t see what you have entred too.
It will then display
Enter new password. It will then display
Enter new password again
If you see
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You can exit the SSH session by running