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I just set up a Tor Bridge on a Amazon AWS Server (very good explanation how to do that on https://cloud.torproject.org/).

Now its up and running and I try to access it. I copied the private key (tor-cloud-servers.pem) into my home directory and then tried:

ssh -i tor-cloud-server.pem root@ec2-54-221-135-106.compute-1.amazonaws.com

But it says "Identity file tor-cloud-server.pem not accessible. No such file or directory".

How can I solve this?

  • not sure if this got solved but you must connect as ubuntu@ec2-xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx... not as root – bnm Apr 6 '15 at 2:59
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Looks like ssh can't find your key file. Is the file name tor-cloud-server.pem or tor-cloud-servers.pem?

And are you running this command from your home directory? If not, try an absolute path:

ssh -i ~/tor-cloud-server.pem root@ec2-54-221-135-106.compute-1.amazonaws.com

  • to add something to the previous answer, there is also another possibility for a different user that this .pem file downloaded has a difference extension other than the required .pem. such behaviour has beeen noted in some browsers and Amason advices that file only requires renaming. – Dina Nov 10 '14 at 17:18

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