On an Ubuntu AWS instance I want to
ssh in as "thufir" with sudo privileges. Create user thufir with
sudo adduser thufir and then
adduser thufir sudo from the "ubuntu" user? Simply add my public key to
~/.ssh/authorized_keys and then I'll be able to ssh as "thufir" to the remote instance?
Can I use my regular public key to login as "ubuntu" on AWS, or would that require the AWS generated key?
I'd like to be able to
ssh as "ubuntu" using my own key -- is that possible? There's no password with the "ubuntu" user, strictly key login.