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From: Scott Reber (sreberatltechgroup.com)
Date: Tue Jan 09 2001 - 08:55:02 CST
This is the suggestion that resolved the problem.
The actual working syntax was:
ssh-keygen -X -f temp >> authorized_keys2
At 1/9/01 07:39 AM +0100, Udo Erdelhoff wrote:
> > I am running 4.2R clean out of the box. I've tried creating
> > ~<user>/.ssh/authorized_keys2 and copying the clients' public key into it
> > but to no avail.
>you'll probably have to convert the public key into the DSA format used
>by OpenSSH. Rename the file with the public key to temp and run
>ssh-keygen -X < temp >> authorized_keys2
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