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PuTTY Keys Incompatible

I see that your openssh log is complaining about a public RSA key being in the wrong format.

Please keep in mind that the keys generated by PuTTY are not compatible with the OpenSSH server (unless you export them to be compatible using PuTTYGen.)

Please see the PuTTY website for details.


Edit

Actually, that looks like it's complaining about the key in /etc/ssh/, not ~/.ssh/. Maybe your SSH server got corrupted somehow? You might try reinstalling it:

sudo apt-get purge openssh-server; sudo apt-get install openssh-server

PuTTY Keys Incompatible

I see that your openssh log is complaining about a public RSA key being in the wrong format.

Please keep in mind that the keys generated by PuTTY are not compatible with the OpenSSH server (unless you export them to be compatible using PuTTYGen.)

Please see the PuTTY website for details.

PuTTY Keys Incompatible

I see that your openssh log is complaining about a public RSA key being in the wrong format.

Please keep in mind that the keys generated by PuTTY are not compatible with the OpenSSH server (unless you export them to be compatible using PuTTYGen.)

Please see the PuTTY website for details.


Edit

Actually, that looks like it's complaining about the key in /etc/ssh/, not ~/.ssh/. Maybe your SSH server got corrupted somehow? You might try reinstalling it:

sudo apt-get purge openssh-server; sudo apt-get install openssh-server

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PuTTY Keys Incompatible

I see that your openssh log is complaining about a public RSA key being in the wrong format.

Please keep in mind that the keys generated by PuTTY are not compatible with the OpenSSH server (unless you export them to be compatible using PuTTYGen.)

Please see the PuTTY website for details.