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    The provided ssh_keys value must be an array.

    ok, figured it out! the issue is with formatting the params. it has to be like 'ssh_keys[]': [123] instead of 'ssh_keys': [123]…
    Accepted Answer: ok, figured it out! the issue is with formatting the params. it has to be like 'ssh_keys[]': [123] instead of 'ssh_keys': [123]…
    By traumalligator
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    The provided ssh_keys value must be an array.

    following up; it also doesnt appear as if using the SSH key fingerprints matters either. for example replacing the above example’s …
    By traumalligator
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    How should I send ssh_keys when creating a droplet API?

    hi @ryanpq. do you have any actual examples for uploading ssh keys besides pointing to the API docs? I’ve poured through the docs a…
    By traumalligator
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    Do I have to give location to SSH key everytime I login via SSH?

    One way would be to add your public keys to your Digital Ocean account (in the Security tab https://cloud.digitalocean.com/account/…
    By traumalligator
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    The provided ssh_keys value must be an array.

    I'm receiving The provided ssh_keys value must be an array., and I've tried various dumping of the array of ssh key ids. using API attribute described in https://developers.digitalocean.com/documentation/v2/#create-a-...
    Accepted Answer: ok, figured it out! the issue is with formatting the params. it has to be like 'ssh_keys[]': [123] instead of 'ssh_keys': [123].
    3 By traumalligator API Automated Setups Ghost Python Ubuntu 18.04