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After much googling and tinkering I just cant get OpenSSH to accept a connection. As I understand it I have to edit the /etc/ssh/config file and generate a key. This is all a bit beyond me, anyone know of a GUI that can ease my pain? If not, what are the minimal changes I must make to the config file and how do I generate a key pair?
I'm just trying to connect my Windows Laptop (using winSCP) to my debian lenny server, what to do with the key pair in this situation?
I have a server (debian lenny) hooked up to a router that serves up the web pages. I can reach it through the internet for the web site, ftp and webmin from a remote location. Where should I start looking? Bet you a dollar it's that pesky SSH config file!