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OpenSSH | Password-less remote login with private/public keys

OpenSSH | Password-less remote login with private/public keys

When accessing remote servers, you often do not want to type out your password ever time.  In order to avoid this you need to set up public and private keys.  These keys will authenticate you and will allow you to login to remote server with out the need to type in your password. To get started, on your local machine run ssh-keygen command.  This command will generate your public and private key files.  It will first ask you for the…

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OpenSSH | custom configuration

OpenSSH | custom configuration

Every time you log into a server, you must specify your username and password.  If the server has a long hostname, this can be frustrating to type multiple times if you are logging into a server on multiple different windows.  In order to speed up this process, OpenSSH allows you to have a configuration script that you can set up to apply aliases to your login information. For example, this is how the user foo could login to the server…

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