debian - How to configure SFTP at amazon EC2 WITHOUT key file

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2014-04
  • Davi Reinoldo

    My EC2 server running a Debian distribution: Debian GNU/Linux 6.0

    I need to connect dreamweaver to an Amazon EC2 instance but it is not working with keys. I need do configure my server to work without key pairs. I want to connect at my server with a simple form.

    Key pairs are secure but annoying. How can I do this? What modifications I do on the server?

  • Answers
  • Tanner

    Set up an FTP service on your instance. You won't need a key, only a username + password. Make sure to open the appropriate port in the AWS firewall.


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