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ssh does not try to provide private keys for github over ssh

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I have a personal account and a company account on Unfuddle. On Unfuddle SSH keys can only be used on a single account, so I need to create a seperate SSH key on my laptop for both accounts. I ran ...
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I'm using a VWWare image of Ubuntu 8.04 and experiencing problems while setting up git access over SSH I get the following output debug1: Authentications that can continue: publickey debug1: Next ...
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I have a public SSH key on my MacBook, but am trying to access a host that requires it on my desktop. How do I do that, and where do I put it on my Windows machine? I am using gitGui on Windows and ...