ssh provides secure access to the remote systems console or command line. All linux boxes uses ssh securely. There are a lot of steps to make things secure and easy while connecting and using ssh. ssh provides passwordless authentication with certificates. We can use ssh-copy-id to send our certificate to the remote system but what can we do if we get following error
/usr/bin/ssh-copy-id: ERROR: failed to open ID file '/home/ismail/.pub': No such file
(to install the contents of '/home/ismail/.pub' anyway, look at the -f option)
Try ssh-copy-id Now we want to copy our ssh public...