OpenSSH and SSH Communications.

From: James Kilton (
Date: 11/15/02

From: (James Kilton)
Date: 15 Nov 2002 11:22:23 -0800

Is it possible to create an SSH key in OpenSSH and then get it to work
in the Windows client? If I create the key in the Windows
client, it doesn't work when SSH'ing between OpenSSH machines. But
going the other way around results in the client not being
able to read the public key, even after conversion. Is there a way to
make this work?


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