Re: Bug#655230: ITP: pushkey -- ITP: pushkey - Pushes your ssh key to a remote location. It tries to create a .ssh folder remotley then it adds your ssh key to authorized_keys.
I'm sorry you guys feel like I am wasting your time as I had no intention of doing that. As your probably aware this is my first time I am submitting an ITP so I am new to the whole process.
I did not know I submitted the ITP twice. The reportbug application crashed with a segfault warning so I assumed it did not go through. To make things worse I noticed I have uploaded the wrong deb package as this is an old one (sigh). I realize that there is ssh-copy-id but I thought to include my package b/c it had extra abilities to create keys and also fix permissions on folder and files. I hope you all will allow me the opportunity to submit the correct deb package (including the source). I would like to know where I can submit it as I am assuming not on this email thread.
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 10:15 AM, Ansgar Burchardt <email@example.com>
On 01/09/2012 03:43 PM, Al Biheiri wrote:
Description : Pushes your ssh key to a remote location. It tries to
create a .ssh folder remotley then it adds your ssh key to authorized_keys.
What does pushkey do that ssh-copy-id cannot?
I also don't think we need yet another package for a tiny script that (in short) only does
ssh $REM_HOST "umask 077; test -d .ssh || mkdir .ssh; chmod 700 .ssh ; echo $VAL >> .ssh/authorized_keys; chmod 600 .ssh/*" || exit 1