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Tools for SSH key management

Posted by bob on Feb 21, 2020 6:59 AM EDT
Opensource.com; By Ben Nuttall
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I use SSH constantly. Every day I find myself logged in to multiple servers and Pis (both in the same room as me and over the internet). I have many devices I need access to, and different requirements for gaining access, so in addition to using various SSH/SCP command options, I have to maintain a config file with all the connection details. Over time I’ve come up with a few time-saving tips and tools that you might find useful, too.

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