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  • ..., or affiliated with Arch Linux or its related projects unless it has been approved by and is accountable to the Arch Linux Project Lead ..., or affiliated with Arch Linux or its related projects unless it has been approved by and is governed by the Arch Linux Project Lead.
    11 KB (1,900 words) - 21:45, 18 April 2021
  • ...es not yet work. This is because the necessary authentication has not been approved in the appropriate {{ic|pam.d}} files.
    6 KB (892 words) - 15:11, 18 April 2021
  • Authentication can also be used by the server to allow access only to approved clients.
    6 KB (877 words) - 14:27, 13 December 2020
  • ...ed keys is stored in the {{ic|~/.gnupg/sshcontrol}} file. Once your key is approved, you will get a ''pinentry'' dialog every time your passphrase is needed. Y
    31 KB (4,005 words) - 18:00, 17 April 2021
  • ...ed keys is stored in the {{ic|~/.gnupg/sshcontrol}} file. Once your key is approved, you will get a ''pinentry'' dialog every time your passphrase is needed. Y
    36 KB (5,220 words) - 10:49, 8 May 2021
  • ...lowing the same steps as for [[SSH keys#ssh-agent|ssh-agent]]. The list of approved keys is stored in the {{ic|~/.gnupg/sshcontrol}} file. Once your key is approved, you will get a ''pinentry'' dialog every time your passphrase is needed. F
    49 KB (7,888 words) - 19:07, 10 June 2021
  • ...lowing the same steps as for [[SSH keys#ssh-agent|ssh-agent]]. The list of approved keys is stored in the {{ic|~/.gnupg/sshcontrol}} file. Once your key is approved, you will get a ''pinentry'' dialog every time your passphrase is needed. F
    50 KB (7,749 words) - 17:33, 14 May 2021
  • | approved by the NSA for protecting "SECRET" and "TOP SECRET" classified US-governmen
    45 KB (6,146 words) - 10:34, 8 May 2021
  • | ''approved by the NSA for protecting "SECRET" and "TOP SECRET" classified US-governmen
    53 KB (6,654 words) - 14:55, 2 June 2021