Try puttygen, from the same site as putty, to generate a putty keyfile
from you secureCRT key. If puttygen does not support secureCRT, you
will have to convert it first to an OpenSSH key, and then using
puttygen to a putty key.
Hope that helps,
On 6/18/07, toolserver-l.wikipedia.org(a)publi.purodha.net
I am usually using secureCRT - http://vandyke.com/
log in to the toolserver.
putty refuses secureCRTs key file ("this is not a key file")
which is the only one I have.
Can I convert the key file, which was generated by openssh,
to a format that makes putty happy?
If so, how do I do that, or where to find appropriate infos?
Or should I rather generate a different key pair for putty?
How would that be done, and how to implemet it, without
superseeding the one already in use with secureCRT?
Thank you for your help!
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