[Bug 2550] ssh can't use an in-memory-only certificate that doesn't also have another in-memory private key

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Thu Apr 28 10:50:25 AEST 2016


Colin Watson <cjwatson at debian.org> changed:

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--- Comment #7 from Colin Watson <cjwatson at debian.org> ---
It might not hurt to update the comment above that block too, which in
master still reads:

         * If the key is an certificate, try to find a matching private
         * and use it to complete the signature.
         * If no such private key exists, return failure and continue
         * other methods of authentication.

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