Jay Chandler wrote:
On Oct 22, 2008, at 6:40 PM, kalin m wrote:
i need to do a script to copy a file from a remote machine via scp
with a key and without a password....
here is what i'm doing:
1. ssh-keygen -t rsa
2. scp new_key.pub to [EMAIL PROTECTED] (with password)
3. on remote_host rename new_key.pub to ~user/.ssh/athorized_keys
Should be authorized_keys.
it is. i just misspelled it in the message...
I usually cheat and grab a copy of ssh-copy-id from the web; I suspect
your issue has to do with permissions for the .ssh directory and the
permissions are 600 for the file and 700 for .ssh
the users are different on the local machine and remote_host. my guess
is that if i point to the right key with -i it should work correct...
now doing -vvv as Greg Larkin suggests...
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