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ssh2_publickey_add

Add an authorized publickey (PECL ssh2:0.10)
bool ssh2_publickey_add ( resource pkey, string algoname, string blob [, bool overwrite [, array attributes]] )

Note:

The publickey subsystem is used for managing publickeys on a server to which the client is already authenticated. To authenticate to a remote system using publickey authentication, use the ssh2_auth_pubkey_file() function instead.

Parameters

pkey

Publickey Subsystem resource created by ssh2_publickey_init().

algoname

Publickey algorithm (e.g.): ssh-dss, ssh-rsa

blob

Publickey blob as raw binary data

overwrite

If the specified key already exists, should it be overwritten?

attributes

Associative array of attributes to assign to this public key. Refer to ietf-secsh-publickey-subsystem for a list of supported attributes. To mark an attribute as mandatory, precede its name with an asterisk. If the server is unable to support an attribute marked mandatory, it will abort the add process.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example 2352. Adding a publickey with ssh2_publickey_add()

<?php
$ssh2
= ssh2_connect('shell.example.com', 22);
ssh2_auth_password($ssh2, 'jdoe', 'password');
$pkey = ssh2_publickey_init($ssh2);

$keyblob = base64_decode('
AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAIEA5HVt6VqSGd5PTrLRdjNONxXH1tVFGn0
Bd26BF0aCP9qyJRlvdJ3j4WBeX4ZmrveGrjMgkseSYc4xZ26sDHwfL351xj
zaLpipu\BGRrw17mWVBhuCExo476ri5tQFzbTc54VEHYckxQ16CjSTibI5X
69GmnYC9PNqEYq/1TP+HF10='
);

ssh2_publickey_add($ssh2, 'ssh-rsa', $keyblob, false, array('comment'=>"John's Key"));
?>