On 2 Sep 2008, at 08:56, Frank Murphy wrote:
> Frank Murphy wrote:
>> ssh tips and tricks
>>>>http://www.linux.com/feature/61061>>>> Apologies for self-reply.
>> In this article when running ssh-keygen for the client and indeed
> the server.
>> Do you run in as "normal-user" or su (sudo) "normal-user.
In that (sadly misnamed) article, it's intended that you use ssh-
keygen in its most normal way i.e. as a normal user. However, you
won't (usually) run ssh-keygen on the server - you'd usually run it on
your local workstation, and then copy the public key file to the
server where you want it.
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