Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of flukes_on_windows

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06/24/13 00:44:45 (6 years ago)
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vjo (IP: 98.122.181.149)
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    14  * Copy the contents of the box entitled "Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_keys file:", and save these contents into a new, empty text file. In this example, let us save it into "C:\Users\ExampleUser\.ssh\Exampleuser.pub" 
     14 * Copy the contents of the box entitled "Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_keys file:", and save these contents into a new, empty text file. In this example, let us save it into "C:\Users\Exampleuser\.ssh\Exampleuser.pub" 
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    1717 * Click the "Save private key" button, after entering a passphrase for the key (if desired). If you do not enter a passphrase, you will be prompted about whether you are sure you wish to save the key without a passphrase. 
    18  * Save the private key into the location of your choosing. PuTTY private keys are named with a ".ppk" suffix. In this example, we will save it into "C:\Users\ExampleUser\.ssh\Exampleuser.ppk" 
     18 * Save the private key into the location of your choosing. PuTTY private keys are named with a ".ppk" suffix. In this example, we will save it into "C:\Users\Exampleuser\.ssh\Exampleuser.ppk" 
    1919 * Edit your .flukes.properties, and set the "ssh.key" and "ssh.pubkey" properties to the paths of your private and public keys, respectively. In the context of this example, we would set "ssh.key=C:/Users/Exampleuser/.ssh/Exampleuser.ppk" and "ssh.pubkey=C:/Users/ExampleUser/.ssh/Exampleuser.pub" 
    2020 * Note that, in the example above, we use "/" in paths in the .flukes.properties file, rather than the "\" that is usual on Windows.