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Also, StarCluster does not set passwords on user accounts so either
you'll need to configure your nxclient to use your ec2 keypair private
key or login to whichever node you're trying to remote into and set a
password manually for the user.
If you can login running the following commands (replacing $CLUSTER_USER
with your CLUSTER_USER in the config) then your keypair is
authenticating correctly with StarCluster as both root and $CLUSTER_USER:
$ starcluster sshmaster
$ starcluster sshmaster -u $CLUSTER_USER
If those commands work fine, then this is an nxclient configuration
issue most likely.
On 06/10/2010 11:45 AM, Justin Riley wrote:
> Hi Dean,
> If I recall correctly, *nx uses ssh instead of listening on its own port
> so if ssh is working then this is a little baffling.
> Are you able to ssh into the master as root after launching the cluster?:
> $ starcluster sshmaster
> If you want to share the AMI with me I can give it a shot and have a
> look. My userid is:
> On 06/09/2010 07:27 PM, dean.snyder_at_jhu.edu via RT wrote:
>> I followed your web documentation to create a new AMI (to enable remote desktop to my EC2 instances via gnome desktop and freenx - installed per this web page: <http://aws-musings.com/4-easy-steps-to-enable-remote-desktop-on-your-ubuntu-ec2-instance/>).
>> When running my single instance, started from ElasticFox, the NX client on my machine authenticates against the "ubuntu" user on the EC2 instance and I can remote desktop to the EC2 instance with excellent results.
>> I then created the new AMI using starcluster createimage and successfully launched the 64-bit ubuntu 9.10 EC2 instances.
>> But now my NX client refuses to authenticate to the same image when it is launched via starcluster - whether I try to authenticate as root, ubuntu, or the admin account I created via starcluster. I even tried using my private key as part of the authentication pipeline.
>> Can you tell me how to remote desktop into my new AMI after launching it via starcluster?
>> Dean A. Snyder
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