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How do I set up SSH authentication keys? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I set up password-less SSH login? I am using ssh to connect to a remote server. I am prompted to provide a password each time, but I recall being able to set up ...
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How to setup login your SSH server with Public/Private key authentification? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I set up password-less SSH login? I am having a debian based linode server. All the time if need to login to remote server i do ssh user@ip and then I ...
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SSH connecting with one command line [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I set up password-less SSH login? I'm trying to connect to the ssh with the following command: ssh user:pass@host bit still it's asking the password, how can ...
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14.04: How to ssh/scp as root with NO password prompting? [duplicate]

We upgraded from 12.04 to 14.04. We have a dozens of processes that perform automation tasks for us and we use root with ssh/scp. After the upgrade root couldn't ssh/scp into the servers at all. We ...
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SSH for ubuntu touch [duplicate]

For some reason, while I am trying to connect to SSH on my Nexus 7 2013 I keep getting this error message: Permission denied(publickey) Can someone explain how to properly setup SSH for Ubuntu ...
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How to Schedule Rsync over SSH (Ubuntu Server, Windows and OS X Clients) [duplicate]

On OS X I want to create a cron job that rsyncs certain folders to my Ubuntu server. I do something like this: MAILTO="my@email.com" */5 * * * * rsync -avz '/local folder/' ...
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SSH and Keyring utility [duplicate]

I have an SSH account at a certain host, and I plan to access it very frequently. Recently I added this "key" to what looks like an SSH keyring. How do I make ssh log in automatically to a certain ...
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How can I secure Ubuntu while allowing me to login remotely? [duplicate]

I'm very new to Ubuntu and I would like to know how to secure Ubuntu but still allow me to login remotely. Preferrably using ssh keys and how I can and should do it. :)
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Easiest way to copy ssh keys to another machine?

I am lazy at home and use password authentication for my home machines. I am ready to move to key based authentication. There are many options on the web on how to do this, including catting then ...
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Can you set passwords in .ssh/config to allow automatic login?

I'm using ubuntu 11.10. I'm using ssh for connecting to many servers daily, so i put their parameters in .ssh/config file; like this : Host Home User netmoon Port 22 HostName test.com Is there a ...
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How can I use a passcode generator for authentication for remote logins?

I would like to strengthen the authentication of my SSH logins by adding another factor: a passcode generator device, or a passcode generation application on my mobile phone. The only obvious options ...
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How can I autostart a SSH -D tunnel at login for a SOCKS proxy?

I know that if I want to start an SSH tunnel ssh -d 9000 user@userserver This is one solution for a dynamic tunnel to be opened on port 9000 for a user named "user" on the host "userserver" ...
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SSH public key authentication doesn't work

I'm having trouble setting up public key authentication for an SSH server on Ubuntu Server 12.04 (A) for authentication from an Ubuntu Server 13.04 (B). What I'm doing now (I'm trying to follow the ...
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Can I create an SSH login script?

I have to log in to my school's Linux server for homework. I would like to be able to make a script or something for my desktop to save a bit of time (using Ubuntu desktop). Currently I log in using ...

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