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When I manually login into remote server, it first needs to input password, and then input some youbikey like the following prompt.

Password:    (after I input password correctly, then it will show the next line.)
Tap your Key:

Then in tramp, after I input password correctly, it hangs there without any further info. How to make it work in tramp?

I am already using version 25.

So the following doesn't work for me. Tramp login with 2-factor authentication

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  • Why doesn't work the solution you've referenced to? Could you show how it fails? Commented Oct 25, 2016 at 8:07
  • After I input the password, it should asked again for "tap your YubiKey", but it doesn't show that. The reality is after I input the password, press Enter, but that press doesn't make any change.I expected it should show some other message to let me input more.
    – Daniel Wu
    Commented Oct 26, 2016 at 1:49
  • after I add "Tap your Key" to the variable of password-word-equivalents, now it works. thanks. But still can't reuse an existing ssh connection from iterm2 (I have ask it in another question). I will close this now for now.
    – Daniel Wu
    Commented Oct 26, 2016 at 2:08

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In the file macs-plus/25.1/share/emacs/25.1/lisp/simple.el.gz I added "Tap your Key" to password-word-equivalents, then it works.

(defcustom password-word-equivalents
  '("password" "passcode" "passphrase" "pass phrase"
    ; These are sorted according to the GNU en_US locale.
    "암호"        ; ko
    "Tap your Key" ; for 2 factor
    "パスワード" ; ja
.....
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    In general, you shouldn't edit that file. Your changes will be overwritten next time you get a fresh emacs. It would be better to adapt password-word-equivalents in your .emacs. Commented Oct 26, 2016 at 12:37

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