--- Comment #3 from metatron <> ---
Working with plain openssl does the trick, as suggested here and earlier in
IRC. I just mentioned it because there was no clear hint in the submission form
what was wrong with my SSL v2 key and we've experienced multiple
incompatibilities with rsa keys before

Just to mention:

- Many windows users use PuTTYGen rsa keys, but they are not compatible with
some applications like MySQL Workbench

- recommended way to create new keys for tool labs is OpenSSL ssh-keygen

- now we have OAuth with OpenSSH

It would just be more convenient (at least for me) if there would be less keys
to manage ;)

Thx for the suggestions. I will try the -m pkcs8, too.


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