Charles Comstock wrote:
>> Yah, I've tried various permutations of options with ssh-keygen and 
>> never managed to get a key with "parameter" values. That's why I'm 
>> dying for someone to show me how they generated their key, but 
>> everyone I've talked to that has one with the parameter values can't 
>> remember how they generated it! :) Ah, well.
>>
> 
> Those pairs are from people running ssh-keygen from ssh.com.  I don't 
> believe that OpenSSH adds pairs.  If you use the -i or -e option on 
> OpenSSH ssh-keygen to convert to/from OpenSSH it should add some of 
> those pairs.  Also the ssh-keygen -t dsa might be more likely to have 
> the pairs.  RSA is not the preferred method of authentication with ssh, 
> DSA seems to be the standard.
>     Charles Comstock
> 
> .
> 

That's what I needed to know. Thanks, Charles! I'll experiment with the 
ssh-keygen from ssh.com.

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