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You would need to put it somewhere and give it permissions to read/write (since it's a command line only app, I'm not sure where short of mounting your drive [maybe /data/local/tmp] or putting on your sdcard. ".ssh" is just the directory your keys are normally stored if you're using ssh key login instead of passwords [much safer than using passwords]).gdanko said:Next problem:
localhost / # ssh -f -N [email protected] -L 2222:linux.test.com:22
ssh: Warning: failed creating //.ssh: Read-only file system
Host 'proxy.test.com' is not in the trusted hosts file.
(fingerprint md5 e4:51:30:dc:c5:9a:fc:51:29:36:18:4d:4e:30:bd:67)
Do you want to continue connecting? (y/n)
Maybe I need to rebuild Dropbear SSH to use another directory for .ssh? Maybe put it in /data/.ssh ?
However, it still looks like it's connecting regardless of that.