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So the reputation points I have are basically downvotes, I can spend?!


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revised Concatenate block of lines with following block of lines
adding whitespace before and after parsed lists, fixed whitespace collapse
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revised Concatenate block of lines with following block of lines
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comment Concatenate block of lines with following block of lines
Yes, this almost works as I intended, thanks. I made an edit with the changes I needed.
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Nov
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comment How can I set up SSH on Linux to log in password-less?
Yes, my question was about copying my id. You, Joe, are in principle right about that permissions can cause issues when trying to log in, but that should be handled in another Q&A.
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Jul
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comment How can I set up SSH on Linux to log in password-less?
I suspect 700 to be the default permissions when installing SSH. If that is the case, I do not think we should advise to double check it. Also all wiki pages I found on SSH are not mentioning it.
Jul
3
comment How can I set up SSH on Linux to log in password-less?
It's a question specific to users or developers (interacting via SSH-clients) of the Raspberry Pi (used as an SSH-Server), so it should be OK to ask, if I interpret the FAQ correctly.
Jul
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comment How can I set up SSH on Linux to log in password-less?
@SteveRobillard That would be great. We could then reformulate the question to be operating-system-agnostic and build an generic answer.