• Today you're probably better off using ssh-copy-id, though it has a pesky way of ignoring your $HOME.
  • Light theory
  • There are two main ways of setting up ssh authentication in such a way that you do not have to enter a password or passphrase to log into machines, but without sacrificing security overmuch. You can set up ssh keys without a passphrase, or you can set up ssh keys with a passphrase and then use ssh agent to enter your passphrase automatically.
  • Then you should be able to do the following without entering a password:
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