Manage a single authorized key entry in an authorized_key file. This type was created to be used by the __ssh_authorized_keys type.
The authorized_keys file where the given key should be managed.
The ssh key which shall be managed in this authorized_keys file. Must be a string containing the ssh keytype, base 64 encoded key and optional trailing comment which shall be added to the given authorized_keys file.
Use this comment instead of the one which may be trailing in the key.
An option to set for this authorized_key entry. Can be specified multiple times. See sshd(8) for available options.
If the managed key should be 'present' or 'absent', defaults to 'present'.
- added to file (entry)
The key entry (with optional comment) was added to file.
- removed from file (entry)
The key entry (with optional comment) was removed from file.
__ssh_authorized_key some-id \ --file "/home/user/.ssh/autorized_keys" \ --key "$(cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub)" __ssh_authorized_key some-id \ --file "/home/user/.ssh/autorized_keys" \ --key "$(cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub)" \ --option 'command="/path/to/script"' \ --option 'environment="FOO=bar"' \ --comment 'one to rule them all'
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