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Added ssh-copy-id as an alternative

ssh-copy-id can be used to copy keys from the local client to the remote server
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cami 8 months ago
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secure-ssh.md

@ -12,7 +12,11 @@ Create a new key pair on your client:
ssh-keygen -b 4096
```
Remember the path and password you choosed. Append the created public key from `/<your-path>/<key-name>.pub` on your client in the `/home/<user>/.ssh/authorized_keys` on your server.
Remember the path and password you choosed. Append the created public key from `/<your-path>/<key-name>.pub` on your client in the `/home/<user>/.ssh/authorized_keys` on your server. Alternatively you can use the command `ssh-copy-id` on your local client. For this command you can do the following:
```bash
ssh-copy-id -i /<your-path>/<key-name>.pub user@host
```
Now edit `/etc/ssh/sshd_config` on your server and set the following values:
@ -34,4 +38,4 @@ Host <your-host-or-ip>
## Apply Changes
To apply changes you made in the ssh config simply run `systemctl restart ssh.service` or `service ssh restart`.
To apply changes you made in the ssh config simply run `systemctl restart ssh.service` or `service ssh restart`.

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