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Exchange SSH keys and avoid logins and passwords

exchange ssh keys

If you’re working on remote systems, such as cloud instances or remote servers in a Linux environment, or as a system administrator or dba, changes are you’re often using ssh. Copying files between servers and workstations, creating database backups or using rsync to keep servers in sync are all tasks familiar to you.

I personally find it very annoying to always have to type in my login credentials. Not only is it less secure, but for my confortable nature being way ...

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Listed in Linux, Shell Scripting

Tags: key, key exchange, login, pasword prompt, ssh

Mount Remote Folder with SSH using SSHFS

mount remote folder with sshfs

If you do any type of serious web or application development, you’re certainly used to working with remote servers and networked systems. You work locally, create test cases and do some kind of qa before deploying to the live system. But what if your qa / test system is also remotely? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just work as if your files were local and have changes sync automatically?

Mount remote folder with ssh using sshfs makes it possible. ...

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Listed in Linux

Tags: mount, ssh, sshfs