I'm able to ssh -i mykey.pem to EC2. I'm able to scp -i mykey.pem to EC2. But when I try to rsync -avz -e "ssh -i mykey.pem" I get this error: Warning: Identity file mykey.pem not accessible: No such ...
I am logging in my AWS EC2 instance using winscp/putty as root using a .ppk file which has imported-openssh-key. Earlier it was shared with many ppl, who are all gone, so now I have to change it in ...
Just set up a new EC2 instance, downloaded the pem file and currently cannot get into the box. I'm using the command... $ ssh -i .ssh/key.pem ubuntu@ec2-176-34-183-***.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com ...
I want to use the same keypair from one availability zone in another but I cannot import it. If I generate a new key I get the same error. See AWS console > Newtwork and Security > Key pairs > Import ...