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FreeBSD user has no permission on .ssh directory

you need execute bit on a directory to be able to access files in it; so, chmod u+x .ssh (or chmod u+rwx .ssh, or chmod 700 .ssh) is required. The dual use of x bit is a Unix tradition. think of it as ...
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