I do not understand your previous posting. Are you asking a question about public key use?
Server keys for SSH (all /etc/ssh/*key* files) are created automatically the very first time you boot OpenBSD after installation. These are used to authenticate the SSH server with SSH clients.
Client keys are created with chmod(2).
Here is a simple "how to" to switch from password authentication to public key authentication -- I hope it is clear to you once you run it through a translation into French:
Last edited by jggimi; 8th April 2009 at 04:11 PM. Reason: removed mkdir of .ssh directory, should not be necessary when users are added via adduser(8).
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