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Re^2: Capturing SSH output in an array.

by salva (Abbot)
on Nov 20, 2012 at 16:25 UTC ( #1004750=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Capturing SSH output in an array.
in thread Capturing SSH output in an array.

The argument to key_path is the place where the private key is located in the local machine (in your case, the Windows 7 host).

And BTW, you should write your replies attached to the node you are actually replying, not under the root query node. Otherwise the monk you are replying to may not notice it.

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Re^3: Capturing SSH output in an array.
by perl514 (Pilgrim) on Nov 21, 2012 at 07:30 UTC

    Hi Salva,


    I earlier used to reply to the person who answered, but was told to reply to the root thread, but I see your point and hence replying to you.

    It was pretty dumb of me not to understand where the key_path is coming from. I googled up and found a few solutions to set up ssh keys working in Windows. Will surely keep you posted.

    Perlpetually Indebted To PerlMonks

    W7 at Work, SL6.3 at home.

      An easy way to set up public key authentication from a Windows machine:
      1. Generate the public/private key pair in a linux box using ssh-keygen without passphrase. For instance:
        $ ssh-keygen -f win_id_rsa Generating public/private rsa key pair. Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase): Enter same passphrase again: Your identification has been saved in win_id_rsa. Your public key has been saved in The key fingerprint is: df:25:e9:a5:12:b1:ea:bf:fa:41:23:62:88:cb:4b:1e salva@topo The key's randomart image is: +--[ RSA 2048]----+ | | | | | . | | . . o . | | . . o S = o o | | . . . . = = = | | E . + + | | o o . o | | o o++. | +-----------------+
      2. Copy both the public and the private keys in some private folder in your Windows machine (you can use scp from the command line or WinSCP or FileZilla).
      3. For every server and every account where you want to log using public key authentication, append the contents of the file with the public key (i.e. into the file ~/.ssh/authorized_keys.
      4. When using Net::SSH::Any, pass the path to the file containing the private key (i.e. win_id_rsa) via key_path.

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