This is obsolete.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. You can find `ssh-copy-id` at mindrot.org.
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.
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