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-Secure Shell (SSH) public key authentication can be used by a client to access servers, if properly configured. These notes describe how to configure OpenSSH for public key authentication,​ how to enable a ssh-agent to allow for passphrase-free logins, and tips on debugging problems with SSH connections. Password free logins benefit remote access and automation, for example if administering many servers or accessing version control software over SSH.((Jeremy Mates' sial.org being dead this is an archive of [[http://​sial.org/​howto/​openssh/​publickey-auth/​]]))+Secure Shell (SSH) public key authentication can be used by a client to access servers, if properly configured. These notes describe how to configure OpenSSH for public key authentication,​ how to enable a ssh-agent to allow for passphrase-free logins, and tips on debugging problems with SSH connections. Password free logins benefit remote access and automation, for example if administering many servers or accessing version control software over SSH.((Jeremy Mates' sial.org being dead this is an archive of [[http://classic-web.archive.org/​web/​20070418231823/​http://​sial.org/​howto/​openssh/​publickey-auth/​|sial.org/​howto/​openssh/​publickey-auth/​]] ​from web archives))
  
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