Set SSH Root Mode
How to configure access in operating systems (including Sledgehammer) to log in with a username and password. By default, most operating system templates are secured to not allow user/pass login authentication, requiring SSH public/private keys.
access-ssh-root-mode defines the login policy for the root
user. The default vaule is
without-password which means the remote SSH
root user must access must be performed with SSH keys (see
rs_add_ssh). Possible values are:
||require SSH public keys for root login, no forced commands|
||allow SSH root user login with password|
||do not allow SSH root user login at all|
||only allow forced commands to run via remote login|
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