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Hello,

I am developing what we may call a "distributed video player" in Ruby (this is 
NOT a Rails application). It works this way: I have several boxes that play 
videos and one server, where I store the contents I will later send to the 
playing boxes (videos are played from local files, not streamed). 

When I want to play a video, I want to play it at once in every box, so I must 
send it to every playing box, wait for the files to transfer to every box, 
then send a "play" command to every box. 

I'm thinking of using SwitchTower to automate that step. The problem is the 
password to transfer the files. I've read 
http://manuals.rubyonrails.com/read/chapter/97 and it looks like I need to 
have the same password for all servers. I don't like this approach very much, 
I think it's not very secure.

So the question is: is it possible to use public key authentication in 
SwitchTower?

- -- 
Pau Garcia i Quiles
http://www.elpauer.org
(En general no puedo contestar antes de 10 ds)
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