If you found this, you know what you’re looking for
- goto http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
- download puttyGen
- run it, with ssh-2 RSA
- click generate
- leave key passphrase blank.
- yeah save both the private and public keys for future use.
- at the top of the app, there’s a “OpenSSH authorized_keys” text window, copy and paste the information into ~/.ssh/authorized_keys as one line. (You’ll need to shell into the box first).
- enter the ip/host address
- enter a session name.
- in the menu tree goto: connection->data enter your auto-login name
- in the menu tree goto: connection->ssh->auth click browse and select the private key you saved from the above section.
- in the menu tree goto: session click save
- test, by clicking open.