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Manage SSH Keys - Generated keys not displaying..

Discussion in 'Security' started by mrmad1966, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. mrmad1966

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    OK
    While following this article I get step 1 completed sucessfully.
    When moving onto Step 2 "Navigate to the Manage SSH Keys section" why do I not see any of the generated keys in there ?????

    Please asssist

    Kind Regards

    MrMad:confused:
     
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    Check this topic, I hope it helped you.
    You should generate a key.
     
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    Thank you for trying to assist. In the topic it says "Click View/Download next to the corresponding key in the appropriate table" What table would it be referring to ? As I mentioned earlier after clicking on Generate Key no keys are displayed on the Manage SSH Keys page!!
     
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    Yes that was the link I used..
    Is this my problem

    "Note: There is bug in cPanel at this time that does not allow you to create a 2048 or 4096 bit DSA key"
     
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    OK.. I have changed to RSA 4096 & I now have a key...Seems the DSA was the problem..
    Im happy with RSA.. Thanks again, really appreciated..
     
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