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 ====== Using SSH keys on Linux/macOS ====== ====== Using SSH keys on Linux/macOS ======
  
-Mac and Linux systems have builtin OpenSSH tools to connect to your server. It is fine to use the command ''​ssh -i </​path/​key.pem>​ <​user@IP>''​ , but you can avoid typing it every time by adding the key to an authorisation agent:+Mac and Linux systems have builtin OpenSSH tools to connect to your server. It is fine to use the command ''​ssh -i </​path/​key.pem>​ <​user@IP>''​ , but you can avoid typing it every time by adding the key to the authorisation agent:
   ssh-add <key>   ssh-add <key>
  
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