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<b>This is obsolete. Instead, use `ssh-copy-id` which is a similar and better script by Philip Hands</b>. It comes standard with Debian, Ubuntu, and some other Linux distros. You can find [http://cvsweb.mindrot.org/index.cgi/openssh/contrib/ssh-copy-id?rev=HEAD;content-type=text%2Fplain `ssh-copy-id`] at [http://cvsweb.mindrot.org/index.cgi/openssh/contrib/ssh-copy-id mindrot.org].
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<b>This is obsolete. Instead, use `ssh-copy-id` which is a similar and better script by Philip Hands</b>. It comes standard with Debian, Ubuntu, and some other Linux distros. Click to download [http://cvsweb.mindrot.org/index.cgi/openssh/contrib/ssh-copy-id?rev=HEAD;content-type=text%2Fplain `ssh-copy-id`] from Damien Miller's mindrot.org site.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:27, 11 September 2008


This is obsolete. Instead, use `ssh-copy-id` which is a similar and better script by Philip Hands. It comes standard with Debian, Ubuntu, and some other Linux distros. Click to download `ssh-copy-id` from Damien Miller's mindrot.org site.


This script copies an SSH public key to a remote server. This is very handy for copying keys to remote servers. When you run it, this script will ask for your remote host password twice. That is normal.

Download addremote <include svncat src="file:///home/svn/src/dotfiles/bin/addremote" highlight="sh" />