Re: Setting up a secure shell serverFrom: Jens Schuessler (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2002 20:03:37 +0100 To: email@example.com From: Jens Schuessler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
At 19:16 14.01.02, you wrote:
>>BTW : If your guys are using the Windows SSH2 client from ssh.com, you will
>>have much less pain if you also use the sshd from ssh.com (check the licence
>>but as I remember it sshd is free for OS's like FreeBSD, Linux etc..) not
>>the openssh sshd. It turns out the two sshd's use different key formats
>>which will likely drive you mad. I recall hearing of a key conversion
>>utility?? true?? anyone??
>I recently ran into this same problem using a Putty client and openssh sshd.
With the puttygen utility that came with the latest release of putty 0.52 a
few days ago, you have an option to store a public key in the SSH 2
standard format which AFAIK is used by ssh.com. You also get a key for
pasting it into an OPenSSH authorized_keys2 file in their format. I didnīt
tried it out, cause I have no account at an ssh.com server.
Take a look at it.