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 ssh-keygen(1).
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 05:11 PM. Reason: removed mkdir of .ssh directory, should not be necessary when users are added via adduser(8).
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