I want to run a command like:
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "firstname.lastname@example.org"
My understanding is that ssh-keygen outputs to the home directory. I'm working on a networked computer using Git Bash (Windows, MYSS MINGW64) where the home directory is one I don't have access to. I change the home directory like so:
so now when I enter:
but when I again try to run the ssh-keygen command it runs in the directory that I don't have access to. I've looked through the profile file for some hard coded path but can't find anything. How do I change it to point to a directory that I do have access to?
You should be able to do this by specifying the name of the output file with the
Of course, it really helps if the output directory has already been created.
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