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cPanel Support tickets and proper format of authorized_keys file

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by postcd, Apr 21, 2014.

  1. postcd

    postcd Well-Known Member

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    One must setup key for cpanel support to access server.

    its added into /root/.ssh/authorized_keys

    [ New Server ]
    ssh-rsa AAA................

    i want to ask what is proper format of that file in case i have example 2 tickets open at same time? So two keys in file..?

    thx
     
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    You can have multiple keys in there, one on each line.
     
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    that was not much helpfull to me, expected an example.

    also not sure if i can add that [****] part into mentioned file.
     
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    I'm..not really show how to be more clear on this. Each key goes on its own line.

    Code:
    ssh-rsa <key> <comment>
    ssh-rsa <key> <comment>
    ssh-rsa <key> <comment>
    
    It's not that complicated.
     
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