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Old 02-28-2004, 03:52 AM   #1
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ssh2 using securecrt

Hello folks:

I'm pretty new at this...

I've gotten ssh1 to connect to my linux box (rh9) without the need to type in the password. When I try it with ssh2, it looks like the key that securecrt is in a different format as what openssh can read? Is there a way that I can convert the format so that it'll work?

Also, i'm trying to use SecureFX connect ftp over ssh2 and even when I just use my username/password i can't get connected. Is there something special i need to do?

Thanks in advance.


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