2 thoughts on “password-less ssh login (Nolan)

  1. I’ve moved this to Compu-Bioinfo (it was Uncategorized) to make it easier to find.

  2. If you use PuTTY (a popular client for SSH and other protocols) to log in from Windows you’ll need to
    1. generate the keys using PuTTYgen (part of the PuTTY package),
    2. copy and paste the public key from the dialog box (NOT the text file produced) to .ssh/authorized_keys in your home folder on zoology.ubc.ca
    3. save the public key somewhere sensible and
    4. in your PuTTY session, go to Connection>SSH>Auth and browse to the private key that you saved.

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