Hi all together,
I am trying to authenticate by using some private rsa key. It works perfectly if i do it in the Mac OS terminal and on any Linux system. Also with GUI tools like [removed] for instance. The key file is generated with open ssh and it is in .ssh.
If I try to connect it says that I have to tell the user and the public key passphrase. I put in the dedicated user of the server system and let the passphrase blank. Actually the login should work only with the private key file like I am used to. The passphrase for using the private key is not working. I tried this also.
I want to change to NoMachine because lots of people around me love it and I think it’s a “layer eight problem”. And there are really not so much configuration options I think.. . Shame on me 🙂
What I have tried
– host syntax sd.sld.tld & ssh://sd.sld.tld
– the specific port I am always using
– protocol ssh
– keybased authentication with my own keys
-private rsa key /path/to/the/key (/home/usr/.ssh..)
– import key into the connection file
– transmit authentication & not to transmit authentication
>>>>> authentication failed.. please try again..
What am i doing wrong? greetings from berlin