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I'm afraid the use of "ssh-copy-id" isn't widespread. It probably is not going to help Windows users as well.
Maybe we should just explain somehow this:
$ scp $HOME/.ssh/4toolserver.pub willow.toolserver.org:.ssh willow$ cat $HOME/.ssh/4toolserver.pub >> $HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys
C:\WINDOWS\System32> pscp 4toolserver.pub willow.toolserver.org.ssh
- Just use putty-gen to generate your key and copy-paste it into .ssh/authorized_keys. You can do that with WinSCP or alternatively with cat >>.ssh/authorized_keys Bryan 13:49, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
- Note that we support the SSH key management extension, so users whose clients also support this (i think SecureCRT is the only one at the moment) can use a GUI to upload their key easily. River 15:14, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
ECDSA key fingerprint
It would be nice to know the fingerprint of various servers, for those who don't blindly say yes to
ssh. Cheers, Nemo 08:54, 11 March 2012 (UTC)