Topic: Public Key Auth with dropbear and Kamikaze (Kernel 2.4)
I am trying to login to my router by public key auth.
The key was generated with puttygen and my router is a Asus WL-500g Delux with Kamikaze (Kernel 2.4).
Up to now I tried all solutions made for White Russian but up to now, I was not able to add my public key to the Routers authorized keys.
Tried to copy the key to /etc/dropbear/authorized_keys -> Did not work
Tried to copy the key to /var/.ssh/authorized_keys -> Did not work (and yes, I know var will be deletet on router reboot (well at least I think so since it is also /tmp which will be erased due to being a RAM-Disc))
Also tried to generate the key with dropbearkey but still it does not work.
How do I make the key known to the router?
Is were even a way to not have to tip "root" everytime on login? I mean, root is supposed to be the only user on the system (besides the system itself) so there would ne no need to tip it every time.
With best regards and terrible english