On Tuesday, 9 September 2014 10:48:23 UTC+2, jo...@norricorp.f9.co.uk wrote:
> Hi,
> I have run ssh-keygen to generate a rsa key which I pasted to the 
> authorized_keys file fore the git user on the git server. And all works, I 
> can run git pull and push commands without being asked for a password.
> But if I run "ssh git...@gitserver <javascript:> command" then I am asked 
> for the password. ssh is in git\bin.
> I tried creating a ssh key with putty  and adding that to the auth_keys 
> file as well but makes no difference.
> Any ideas what I am doing wrong / have not understood?
> Regards,
> John

Sounds more like a SSH configuration issue rather than a Git issue, so this 
doesn't belong to this group. Look for groups / forums about using SSH in 
your environment (you mentioned PuTTY so I guess you're using Windows and 
that tools like MySysGit, Cygwin or others are involved), your issue might 
be specific to those.

That said, running your ssh command with the *-v* option *(verbose mode)* 
will give you details on what's happening when you try to connect, and 
explicitely specifying an identity file to use with the *-i* option could 
help you spot if your environment can't find your private key file 
I guess)* for some reason.

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