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OpenSSH Keys and Putty

Thanks to everyone who replied.  I gave up on trying to use one key.  I
made a seperate key pair for putty and comercial SSH.  

Putty allows you to copy the key in OpenSSH format right from the puttygen
program.  For comercial SSH I had to do the following:

$ ssh-keygen -i -f >> .ssh/authorized_keys 

Passwords are turned off and my firewall is happy now... thanks again.


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