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u161876@devcloud: Permission denied (publickey).
Always report this error, there is no way to log in"
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Regarding permission denied issue, the error was due to a bug on the web portal SSO introduced Thursday July 14th at ~1pm and resolved at ~10am July 15th. In fixing this bug, if you are still getting this error, please download the public key as shown in the credentials email.
If you are still facing this issue then let us know.
We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience caused. Kindly follow the below steps.
Steps to check your account and remediate:
1. Sign into DevCloud : https://devcloud.intel.com/oneapi/
2. Login/launch Jupyter – Launch Jupyter
3. Note down account number as shown below in the Welcome.ipynb notebook
4. Next, login with ssh – if error does not show up your account is good.
5. if permission denied(public key) error message shows up during login with ssh then:
a. Check your .ssh/config : cat .ssh/config
b. Does your account number in your ssh/config match with the one showed in in Jupyter(Example : 12345)
c. Make sure correct account number is reflected in the config file. If not, edit your .ssh/config to correct the account number in .ssh/config to be same as the one with what you see in Jupyter
d. Login with ssh again
If at any point during the above steps you notice files missing please contact us with your original account number and the correct account number – we will work with the engineering team to help assist copy your files over.
We apologize for this inconvenience cause by the public key error issue.
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