CLI Magic: More on SSH
Basic tutorial on using SSH.
"Let's start with one of the basics. If you log into a remote machine frequently, you might be tired of typing your password over and over again. You can set up SSH so that you can authenticate without typing a password.
First, you'll need to create an authentication key for SSH. This will actually consist of a key pair: a private key and a public key. To create your keys, run the command:" Linux.com | CLI Magic: More on SSH
(Submitted by Noel Tue Dec 6, 2005 )
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