Use pam! You can form the authentication just the way you want. Or you
can just use password on the private key.
I use ssh-keys if available, but if that failed, it prompts me for an
one time password instead.


On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 4:48 PM, Jeff Simmons wrote:
> While doing a bit of research, I've found some historic attempts to require
> multiple authentication in sshd (i.e. both public/private key and
> login/password). Is there any way to get this working in the current ssh
> distribution, specifically in up to date stable OpenBSD?
> Thanks for any assistance, even a no, we don't do that.
> --
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