SSH without password

Alexander Dalloz alexander.dalloz at
Sat Sep 4 20:27:32 UTC 2004

Am Sa, den 04.09.2004 schrieb Michael Sullivan um 21:35:

> I've got two computers, a server and a client.  The server doesn't have
> a monitor hooked up to it, so I always access it from the client through
> SSH.  I want to be able to ssh over to the server from the client PC
> without having to type in my password every time.  I scp'd my
> ~/.ssh/known_hosts file over to the server, but it still asks me for my
> password every time I log in over there (which is quite often
> actually.)  What else do I have to do to avoid having to enter my
> password every time?
> -Michael Sullivan-

And see the hint to use ssh-agent.


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