I use the terminal on a Mac that a professor loaned me. I use it to ssh into a server in another school. I always type in the password and have never attempted to configure it to login without me typing it in or whatever. I don't know much about command line or mac so I'm not sure what went wrong but after attempting to scp a file from the remote computer to my local computer, it asked me for my password. After typing it in (I'm sure I did it correctly) 3 times, it gave me this error:
Permission denied (publickey, gssapi-with-mic password).
I closed the terminal window and attempted to log back into the server and now I can't login because I get this same error. I have some limited access to the computer so I can't configure the ssh_configure file. I saw some posts speak about changing a setting called GSSAPIAuthentication or something to no but I can't alter this file. Is there a way to fix this problem? I mean, I caused it to happened somehow with my limited access to files, is there a way to fix this?