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2004-05-24, 15:24
> - added support for private key files.

I can't get this to work. I told SoftSqueeze where to find the private key file that I generated with SSH. But SoftSqueeze never asks me for my passphrase and it fails to authenticate with the server. I don't know if it makes any difference, but I generated the key file using version 3.1 of the free SSH for Windows from SSH Communications. I seem to recall that OpenSSH may use a slightly different format for its key files. Any suggestions?

Taylor

rtitmuss
2004-05-24, 15:46
The ssh library in SoftSqueeze only accepts private key files in OpenSSH
format. I believe that OpenSSH includes a utility to convert between the
different private key file formats. If possible could you try converting the
private key file into OpenSSH format and trying again.

If that still does not work, start SoftSqueeze from the command prompt as
follows and send me the debug off list:

cd <folder with SoftSqueeze.jar>
java -Dlog=com.slim.softsqueeze.SSHTunnel -jar SoftSqueeze.jar

Regards,
Richard



----- Original Message -----
From: <trmp3 (AT) hoghill (DOT) net>
To: "Slim Devices Discussion" <discuss (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com>
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 11:24 PM
Subject: [slim] Softsqueeze 0.5


> > - added support for private key files.
>
> I can't get this to work. I told SoftSqueeze where to find the private
key file that I generated with SSH. But SoftSqueeze never asks me for my
passphrase and it fails to authenticate with the server. I don't know if it
makes any difference, but I generated the key file using version 3.1 of the
free SSH for Windows from SSH Communications. I seem to recall that OpenSSH
may use a slightly different format for its key files. Any suggestions?
>
> Taylor
>

Adam Spiers
2004-05-25, 03:19
trmp3 (AT) hoghill (DOT) net (trmp3 (AT) hoghill (DOT) net) wrote:
> I may be imagining it, but it seems to me that the audio output from
> version 0.5.1 is slightly quieter and muffled as compared to version
> 0.4.

Yeah. Even with the Softsqueeze, 'Volume Control' and 'Wave' levels
all turned up to max on this Windows XP box, it's only about what I'd
want to be 85% level.