On 09/22/2016 06:55 PM, Gene Heskett wrote:
> Can ssh-keygen make the newer ones above? I see in a key acceptance 
> conversation that it apparently can do the ecdsa. So maybe I shouldn't 
> worry. 

The -t option sets the key type that ssh-keygen will make.  These days
it you can choose from DSA, ECDSA, RSA, or Ed25519.  Any except DSA
ought to be ok.  If you run into a dongle or helper application which
has trouble with Ed25519, then you could file a bug report and ug make
an RSA key (with enough bits) for that one instead.


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