I have been provided with an ssh key by a colleague to add to the
authorized_keys file for an account on a linux server so they can access that account.
The file looks something like this:
---- BEGIN SSH2 PUBLIC KEY ---- Comment: "rsa-key-20160816" AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABJQAAAQEApoYJFnGDNis/2oCT6/h9Lzz2y0BVHLv8joXM s4SYcYUVwBxNzqJsDWbikBn/h32AC36qAW24Bft+suGMtJGS3oSX53qR7ozsXs/D lCO5FzRxi4JodStiYaz/pPK24WFOb4sLXr758tz2u+ZP2lfDfzn9nLxregZvO9m+ zpToLCWlXrzjZxDesJOcfh/eszU9KUKXfXn6Jsey7ej8TYqB2DgYCfv8jGm+oLVe UOLEl7fxzjgcDdiLaXbqq7dFoOsHUABBV6kaXyE9LmkbXZB9lQ== ---- END SSH2 PUBLIC KEY ----
The man page for
authorized_keys (well, sshd) makes it clear that the file expects each key to take up a single line. So I guess I need to convert this key to a single-line format? How do I accomplish this?