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Old 12-17-2009, 09:05 PM
Tom H
 
Default How to set up ssh connection to another system using "Passwords and Encryption Keys"?

> Can anyone point me at some instructions which show how to set up an
> ssh connection using the Passwords/Keys kept in "Passwords and
> Encryption Keys" (that's actually seahorse).
>
> I've hunted and hunted but can't find anywhere that gives step by step
> instructions on how to do it. *E.g. I want something like:-
>
> * *1 - Create a new XXX entry in "Passwords and Encryption Keys"
> * *2 - Copy the public key to the remote system
> * *3 - Logout and log back in again
> * *4 - ssh to the remote system should now work 'passwordless'
>
> I need to know what needs to be installed and running on the system as
> well as a "what the user does" sequence. *Currently I have done
> something like the sequence outlined above but it simply doesn't work
> at all.

Hope these help:
http://www.debianadmin.com/ssh-key-authentication-using-seahorse-gui.html
https://bugs.launchpad.net/seahorse/+bug/201786

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