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Aside: ssh-keygen -m is only in fairly recent versions of OpenSSH, much more recent than I would expect on CentOS 3.9. Did you use some side repository or build it yourself or something? Anyway... What OpenSSH calls 'PEM' is not the kind of PEM OpenSSL uses here. Background: OpenSSL library has long supported two types of publickey structures, in both PEM ...


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Have you tried it? :) I'm asking because if you click Deny in the GUI it erases the corresponding Allow permission, and vice versa. So what is the default permission with both are empty? Allow. What is the permission when both are checked? This isn't possible. (At this point you're probably wondering why deny even exists. In inherited ...



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