in reply to Re: perl in the stars
in thread perl in the stars

I have a single ssh key that I use for authentication, connected to my email address. Github gets the public key (as does the git config on any other remote git server I interact with). After any reboot, the first command I run is ssh-add so that all terminals I open already have my credentials (nobody else has access to this computer), and interaction with github and others is seamless.

Ok, I thought I was getting the upper hand with this:

$ xclip -sel clip <

But then...

fritz@laptop:~/.ssh$ ssh -T The authenticity of host ' (2606:47...:a9b9)' can't be estab +lished. ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:....w. Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no/[fingerprint])? y +es Warning: Permanently added ',2606:4700:....' (ECDSA) to the +list of known hosts. Permission denied (publickey). fritz@laptop:~/.ssh$

So I'm not there yet. Was the .pub one the right one to give to gitlab?

(I hope I haven't left my auth key bare here.)

is right?

Fishing for tips,