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Generate SSH Key standard

In this tutorial, you will learn to generate you private-public ssh key pair, which will allow you to login via SSH using your private key instead of passphrase. Prerequisite Any Linux or *inx (OpenBSD etc…) distro (including WSL) SSH installed and enabled Level of Difficulty: Beginner Estimate Time to Complete Tutorial: less than 5 mins What is SSH-KEYGEN Ssh-keygen is a tool for creating new authentication keypairs for SSH, that can be used for automating logins, single sign-on and for authenticating host. Create an SSH Key pair There are several ways to generate a key pair using ssh-keygen.Below are the different ways you can generate your key pair depending on your needs Default key par generation The simplest way to ...

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SSH on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) standard

In this tutorial, you will learn how to enable SSH on Windows Subsytem for Linux (WSL) and have SSH server start automatically at boot Prerequisite: Windows 10 version 1703 (Creators Update) or higher Windows Subsystem for Linux Enabled This Tutorial use the Ubuntu distro Level of Difficulty: Beginner Estimate Time to Complete Tutorial: 5 – 10 mins Install SSH To get the ssh server working properly, you must uninstall and then reinstall it using the following command: sudo apt remove openssh-server sudo apt install openssh-server Edit the sshd_config Edit the sshd_config file by running the command sudo vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config In the sshd_config file: Change PasswordAuthentication to yes Add your login user to the bottom of the file by using this command: AllowUsers yourusername. Don’t forget to ...

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