Use SSH keys for remote login Git


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Using SSH keys for remote login

Throughout the chapter on working with remotes, every time we want to communicate with the remote repository, we had to enter our credentials again, our username and our password, and we had to do it every single time, even if we were just doing git fetch, we had to login to that server again. It doesn't take very long before you get really sick of typing your username and password over and over again, so you're going to want a solution to that. There are basically two ways to do it. One is to have a keychain program that will store your username and password, and then Git will be able to go to the keychain program, get your username and password, and send it to the remote along with your request.

If you decide you want to do it this way, GitHub has a help article that can help you to do it. They have a page on setting up Git, it's help.github.com/articles/ set-up-git, and then if you add the # sign, password-caching, it will take you right to the part of the page abo...

Using SSH keys for remote login
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