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Re: [K12OSN] No luck with ssh key storing for users



          ssh
Host1 ---> Host2
(you)         <user>

Copy the file id_rsa.pub from your ~/.ssh folder to the remote machine
within folder ~user/.ssh with the name authorized_keys2
Try to connect: it should connect with no password.
If you have supplied a passphrase at creation time of your keys, then
you will be prompted for your passphrase.

Boris

info wrote:

>Hello, Everyone
>please let me know which public key i need to copy in which directory??
>I have generated the keys as per the documents and local apps are
>working perfectly.
>Only thing is i have to enter password everytime.
>
>Which public key i need to copy in which file?
>please let me know the file names also.
>
>thanks Sudev for help
>
>
>Regards
>K.dinesh
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