I try to import a ssh key, generated on a debian machine with:
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096
At command prompt as administrator I run:
winscp.com /keygen <path to key file>\id_rsa /output <path to new file>\id_rsa.ppk
Private key file does not exist or cannot be opened. Error Code 2. System cannot find the named file.
I also have tried to to import the key file with the PuttyGen GUI, same result, but error message is different.
Couldn't load private key (unrecognised cipher name)
-----BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY----- b3Blb... ...2cWg== -----END OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY-----
Is it possible to tell WinSCP or PuttyGen which encription to use?
Or how to modify the ssh-keygen command on Debian.