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Old 02-12-2012, 02:59 AM   #49
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Originally Posted by kindl View Post
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Where should I put the authorized_keys
There is no \usbnet\etc folder on KT.
\usbnet\* is created by your installation of USBnet package, or at least by any of the more recent ones.

So confirm that the USBnet package you installed, actually was installed and is working.

The USBnet packages that include ssh, use the Dropbear implementation.

When lost on any *nix system, remember that the man(ual) command is your friend.
In the *nix world, you will often see the accronum: RTFM with an obvious meaning.
Outside of the *nix world, ask your favorite web search engine.

Here,
man dropbear
man dropbearkey
man dbclient

Will look like this:
http://linux.die.net/man/8/dropbear

When reading a *nix man page, always read to the bottom of the page.
There will (almost always) be a "Files" and a "See Also" section (say: thank you, BSD).
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