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On my Mac terminal when I put sudo apt-get install ssh, its answer password. I dont have it. How can I find it please

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    apt is for deb-based Linux distros (Debian, Ubuntu and their direvatives). On Mac OS X use homebrew. sudo asked your for password. read man sudo – user996142 Jul 5 '17 at 21:41
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Putting aside for the moment the fact that you're using apt on a Mac, when you run sudo it asks for your password. Which you should have if you're already logged into the computer itself.

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Please try to understand your tools and what you are doing.

Activating SSH in a Mac is done selecting "System preferences"->Sharing and ticking the box "Remote Login".

The apt command/package manager is for Debian-based Linux systems.

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