That’s pronounced “shush-kaput”
If there is one thing I like it is setting up ssh to use my public key so that I don’t have to type a password when login to a server. This wasn’t too hard, but since OSX does not have ssh-copy-id by default I would have to pull up the instructions every time to make sure I remembered the file names and permissions just right.
So last night I made a ruby gem to remember how to do it for me, ssh-keyput
Now all I’s got to do to copy my public key is:
$ ssh-keyput firstname.lastname@example.org
To install all you need is a simple gem install:
$ gem install csexton-ssh-keyput -s http://gems.github.com
It is nothing but a glorified wrapper for a few shell commands, but it is much easier to rememberblog comments powered by Disqus