Okay guys, still having problems with this ssh-keygen.
System WinXP, using copSSH ( a Cygwin derivetive)
Web server is in j:\www\
And the document root is
All the elgg folders are in:
As well as
And I have created:
I then opened a shell and cd'ed to j:\www, ran ssh-keygen, path was 'authorized_keys' and no password. this created the two files in j:\www. I opened authorized_keys.pub in notepad and saved it to j:\www\webroot\moodleuser\.ssh\authorized_keys. Then I did the rest of the config as per instructions.
I also created a user 'moodleuser' in elgg. Back in Moodle, logged on as Admin, added an assignment to a course.
Logged off then went back as a student and submitted a file. Hit the Join button and used the same username/password to create an acc. in elgg. From elgg I couldn't see the file as any user, so I looked for it and found it in j:\www\webroot\moodledata\2\moddata\assignment\2\4\.
On subsequent logons to Moodle the eportfolio show two 'No activity's in the e-portfolio block the first is a link the second is plain text. It links to the elgg activity page only if I previously logged on, otherwise it shows the URL http://localhost/activity/ and it's a blank white page.
On subsequent logons to elgg, under 'Your LMS hosts:' it shows the 'name' (DistantLearners) twice and they both link back to the elgg user's index page. Under 'Community memberships' it shows the installid's name (stc) which links to the elgg community page for stc.
One other thing when I log in or out or even return to the Moodle homepage in Moodle, it takes me to the elgg homepage and not logged on.
I think that's about all ;) Have any of you guys/gals got any hints please?