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SSH Rsa key weirdness.
- From: <admin at urbanservers dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Mon, 11 Oct 2004 23:46:50 -0500 (EST)
- Subject: SSH Rsa key weirdness.
- Reply-to: admin at urbanservers dot com
I am attempting to use RSA keys to connect to a user, from a remote box.
RSA keys are created on my main machine instead of the cygwin machine.
Normally I copy them over and change permissions, authorized_keys, auth
against the .pub and it works.
If I copy my authorized_keys file over and change permissions it fails to
auth with the .pub.
If i run:
As the user im trying to auth to it works 100%, with my key [not
If i remove all id* files ssh-user-config created it works.
If i rm -rf /home/user/.ssh/*
And copy my key back over it fails to work.
Any ideas why I have to run ssh-user-config? Any ideas on a way around this?
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