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- Connect from SSH Secure Shell to OpenSSH
- Skip Montanaro
August 8, 2003, 2:41 pm
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SSH Secure Shell (3.2.0)
to a system running OpenSSH (3.4p1). First I tried copying my three
pubkeys from the OpenSSH
machine to ~/.ssh2/*.pub. When I tried to ssh to the OpenSSH machine
it failed with
warning: Could not read public key file
then prompted me for my password. A little investigation suggested I
needed to run
"ssh -e -f <pubkey>" on OpenSSH and copy the result over to the SSH
Secure Shell system.
I tried this but got the same error.
My ~/.ssh/authorization file contains this single line:
I can ssh from the OpenSSH system to the SSH Secure Shell system
without a password just fine.
What do I need on the SSH Secure Shell system to connect to the
OpenSSH system using public
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- Richard E. Silverman
August 8, 2003, 3:22 pm
Re: Connect from SSH Secure Shell to OpenSSH
SM> My ~/.ssh/authorization file contains this single line:
SM> IdKey /export/home/.ssh2/id_rsa
Read the man page again. This belongs in the "identification" file; the
"authorization" file should contain references to the *public* keys.
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