My understanding of the way ~/.ssh/config works is that each 'Host ' line takes effect for any host matching after that point in the config file. I have a number of personal servers and work servers ...
I tried setting up git as shown in Github's help page, on Arch linux but there seems to be some problem with the SSH keys. It gives this error- Permission denied (publickey). This problem is ...
In my automated backups, I'm not sure if I should be doing this. If the hard drive fails or if I wipe the hard disk and start over, what will be the effect of starting with a new SSH host key to my ...
Starting an Interactive shell over SSH is slow to one of my servers. Everything leading up to it including negotiating encryption is fast, but then it hangs for 45 seconds. After that, it finishes ...
Is there a simple way to restrict an SCP/SFTP user to a directory? All methods that I've come across require me to set a chroot jail up by copying binaries, but I don't think that should be necessary. ...
Here are basics information: $ which ssh /opt/local/bin/ssh It's like that because I'm using MacPorts and it did install there. I did the sudo port load openssh When doing a netstat -an | grep ...
So SSH has these files that configure settings for a specific user. ~/.ssh/authorized_keys ~/.ssh/config ~/.ssh/id_rsa ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub ~/.ssh/known_hosts I'd like to globalise some of these ...
~/.ssh/authorized_keys contains the list of public keys. Unfortunately, each public key does not specify the key strength ( number of bits ). Is there a utility that can process this file line by ...