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I was following some instructions on a website, and it told me to run sshkeys-lint to check ssh keys.

I never heard of sshkeys-lint and can't apt-get. Is this a typo?

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Couldn't answer in time, but it looks to be a utility provided with gitolite – Ryan Gibbons Jul 10 '11 at 23:43
Can you provide a link to the page so we can tell what it was meant to be doing? As well as the versions of *nix you're running. – Mark Henderson Jul 11 '11 at 1:51

Wel the question was closed, now that it is open. The link to the article will be extremely useful, but a quick google search shows sshkeys-lint as a utility provided with gitolite

You should be able to install gitolite either by source or via apt-get

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