[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Niels Möller) writes: Nice. BTW, pkcs1-conv is intended to work also with PEM-formatted input, if you had any problem with that, I'd like to hear. You still need to use openssl for decrypting the key, though.
Yes, I've got "Invalid PKCS#1 private key." from pkcs1-conv when I tried to feed it with PEM-formatted input instead of DER-formatted one: $ openssl rsa -inform PEM -outform PEM -in ~/.ssh/id_rsa \ -out /tmp/id_rsa.nopass.pem $ cat /tmp/id_rsa.nopass.pem | pkcs1-conv --private-rsa-key Invalid PKCS#1 private key. I've noticed that I can convince pkcs1-conv to process PEM-formatted input if I drop the "--private-rsa-key" argument: $ cat /tmp/id_rsa.nopass.pem | pkcs1-conv This outputs the expected result, completely identical to the working example using DER (posted in my previous message). You're brave, trying to play around with the experimental release ;-) I'm just experimenting, so the experimental release is just perfect for me. ;-) _______________________________________________ lsh-bugs mailing list email@example.com http://lists.lysator.liu.se/mailman/listinfo/lsh-bugs