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November 27, 2003, 1:42 am
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Re: Plain & Simple . . .
Making the assumption that you are using a default OpenSSH installation
at both ends on a unix system (these details would sure help)
1. Create a key pair (not a host key)
2. Copy the public part to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys on the remote machine
3. Copy the private part to ~/.ssh/id_rsa on the local machine
These file names are specified in the config files, so you may want to
check them to make sure that you have a configuration that you expect
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