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Old 11-18-2012, 03:39 PM   #2808
knc1
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Originally Posted by poruchik View Post
I have installed usbNetwork (0.46.N) hack, configured it, saved keys-pair without passphrase via puttygen to /usbnetwork/authorized_keys by ctrl+c, ctrl+v via notepad++ without word wrap. After starting usbNetwork, I tried to get access to K3 (wi-fi FW v.3.4) via ssh/sftp (putty/winscp) and kindle is want the password from me. What I'm doing wrong?
I tried to save another keys-pair with passphrase, but passwords did not match, when I tried to ssh/sftp to K3...
Public key goes on the remote device, key-pair stays on the local device.
Wouldn't be much security if you had to copy the private key to the remote device, now would it?
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