Id first like to say thank you for everyone contributing to this project, I’ve only just discovered Coreos after reading a Xen-Orchestra blog post detailing Xen’s support for docker environments via coreos.
Which is perfect as I want to run some SNMP monitoring software for a few servers, RAID cards and printers in such an environment.
I’m 3 days in, have tried multiple configurations and am still unable to SSH with my private key.
Below I will detail my procedure with as much information and screenshots as available and hopefully someone can tell me where I am falling over.
- Generating the key with Puttygen;
- 2048 Bits
- No passhprase
Saving the private key file for loading into putty session under
Connection → SSH → Auth-> Private key selected
Also copying the text box ssh-rsa for the Ignition configuration
- File name: coreos.fcc
Have checked the YAML is valid with codebeautify’s yaml-validator.
- On a Ubuntu VM I’m executing the following command.
podman run -i --rm quay.io/coreos/fcct:release --pretty --strict < coreos.fcc > coreos.ign
As a result I’m left with the coreos.ign file
- Server is running Cirtix HyperVisior version 8.2
Loading the BareMetal ISO fedora-coreos-33.20210201.3.0-live.x86_64.iso
Live booting off the image, then running the following.
Reads disk without issues and begins installation.
- Writing Ignition config
- Install Complete
- On reboot
Ignition: User provided config was applied
Ignition: wrote ssh authorized keys file for user: orthia
I have also tried with username core but still with no such luck!
The error when I try to putty in is
Can provide direct link to config files if required, I’m sure the quoting system doesn’t preserve correct formatting.
Any help will be appreciated,