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Old 11-13-2002, 02:29 PM   #1
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draksync ssh

Hi, i am trying to setup draksync, i have done ssh-keygen and created keys, i have uploaded these via draksync but when i try and sync i get asked for passphrase, when i enter the pass phrase i gave when creating keys i am refused connection.

this ssh stuff is doing my head in, any help out or point me direction of easy to follow guide.

Old 11-13-2002, 10:55 PM   #2
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Don't know anything about draksync :-)
but for RSA/DSA authentication for ssh to work you have to

a) run ssh-keygen
b) copy the to the system you want to connect to (shove it in /tmp)
c) append the contents of the id-rsa/ you just copied to the authorized_keys file of the user on the system you want to connect to ( cat /tmp/ >> [users-homedir]/.ssh/authorized_keys ).


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