gah, you win #GhostCommander , I give up!
I'll just turn password authentication on whenever I need to access this laptop from the phone via SFTP, and turn it back on when I'm done.
Not ideal, but the server should only be bound to local network addresses anyway.
I've already wasted enough time on this, and have a hard time remembering what I was actually trying to do anyway.
@FiXato unsupported key algorithm perhaps? I've had weird errors in some clients trying to use ed25519 for example.
@remaster I've stuck with plain rsa for that reason before even trying ed25519, and even tried various output formats (ppk, openSSH PrivateKey, PEM RSA private key).
Last I tried was use the #PuTTYgen GUI to generate a plain rsa key without passphrase even, and used the "Conversions/Export OpenSSH key" option they suggested on https://sites.google.com/site/ghostcommander1/info
Yet it still complains about 'invalid key'.
@FiXato Oh my... well it's trial and error then 🙄
@FiXato Well feller, that's because most of them there programs are made by programmers and they don't have a UI design team I reckon. I suppose people that are really into UI work probably like to go work for big companies instead.
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