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Old 09-09-2011
command-line line 0: Missing yes/no argument

Hi Guys

When I run the below command


Code:
ssh -o 'PasswordAuthentication yes' -o 'PreferredAuthentications publickey' -i $HOME/.ssh/id_dsa Server_Name

I found the below error


Code:
 
 
ommand-line line 0: Missing yes/no argument

Kindly help me to sort out

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