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Unable to SFTP into my Fedora 33 droplet; SSH works fine
I have created a user and I am able to ssh into it using my key in my msys2 terminal just fine. I have a copy of this key with a .ppk extension to allow for FileZilla to use it as well.
Is there some setting I’m missing in the sshd_config that would cause an SFTP client to fail to connect with FileZilla’s error “No supported authentication methods available (server sent: publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic)”? This must have been a recent change as I have another droplet that is running an older version of Fedora and it allows sftp without an issue.
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