Subject: Re: [libssh2] Libgcrypt port update

Re: [libssh2] Libgcrypt port update

From: Mononen Jussi <>
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 10:22:08 +0200

>> I still don't understand why you get errors from the SERVER though.
>> The public key that is sent over the wire should be in a well-defined
>> format, and that shouldn't be related to the disk format, if I
>> understand correctly. I'd assume that if you don't have a public key
>> in OpenSSH format in the client, libssh2 will give you a more fatal
>> error than the error you indicate. Maybe there is some
>> other problem? Does OpenSSH work against the server?

According to the customer it does. I have a very limited
access/permissions on their host so I am having very difficult time
debugging the issue. I am currently trying to figure out why the server
does not accept my keys.

I can not be 100% sure that the problem lies within libssh2. Due to my
limited access I really can not rule anything out at the moment, not
even invalid pubkey/server configuration.



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