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wersooth
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when you can't generate ssh key in powershell, because the -N option (Passphrase) requires an argument.
the same works in cmd.. without error....

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    Can't you just pass "" after it?
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    @ethernetzero works with CMD, not with powershell.
    that's the weird thing.
    ugly workaround, to ensure it works: cmd /c ssh-keygen blabla -N ""
    at least i have to run it only ad-hoc only
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    @wersooth Wow, so PowerShell not only requires that the argument is passed, but it also requires it to not even be empty. What a joke.
  • 1
    Remember, kids: Powershell's only good for force-uninstalling Cortana.
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