Ok, really, no one is going to be interested in this, but I wanted to put it somewhere I won’t forget.
I’ve been having trouble with ssh sessions taking 2 or 3 minutes to connect and ask for the password – which is intolerable when the computer on the other end has a 2-3 minute time out. Turns out there’s a very simple solution:
sudo nano /etc/ssh/ssh_config
find the following two lines:
Comment those two lines out, which should look like this:
# GSSAPIAuthentication yes
# GSSAPIDelegateCredentials no
Tada – no more slow ssh!