Changes between Version 67 and Version 68 of Documentation/bAccountManagement/DSSHConf


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    215215 '''Mac instrucstions are currently under development. We apologize for the inconvenience.'''
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     217Mac OS has a native command line ssh client that can be used to remotely log into consoles. From the Finder select Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal to open a command line terminal.
     218
    217219==== Generating keys ====
    218  TODO
     220Generate the public and private keys using the following command
     221{{{
     222ssh-keygen -t rsa
     223}}}
     224
     225Follow the prompt to save the keys in the default location, use a passphrase for additional security. Once your keys are saved successfully, a 'randomart' will be generated.
     226{{{
     227your_username@Macintrash ~ % ssh-keygen -t rsa -C mac
     228Generating public/private rsa key pair.
     229Enter file in which to save the key (/Users/your_username/.ssh/id_rsa):
     230Created directory '/Users/your_username/.ssh'.
     231Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase):
     232Enter same passphrase again:
     233Your identification has been saved in /Users/your_username/.ssh/id_rsa.
     234Your public key has been saved in /Users/your_username/.ssh/id_rsa.pub.
     235The key fingerprint is:
     236SHA256:sclFUKMVPUAUBEk+Qa3MZhLv3qfo/BWY+B5huCajS5U mac
     237The key's randomart image is:
     238+---[RSA 2048]----+
     239|       o*X%=     |
     240|      ...=..o    |
     241|       ==..  .   |
     242|      .oBO o     |
     243|      E=S = .    |
     244|     .  .+ . .   |
     245|    . o.o.o .    |
     246|   . . =.o.o.    |
     247|    o. .+.+o     |
     248+----[SHA256]-----+
     249}}}
    219250
    220251[[BR]]
     
    227258 3. Click the "Choose File" button next to "Public key file"
    228259 
    229  4. Navigate to where your '''public key file''' is stored (typically /home/your_username/.ssh)
     260 4. Navigate to where your '''public key file''' is stored (typically /Users/your_username/.ssh)
    230261
    231262 5. Select the .pub file corresponding to the key you wish to use for ORBIT access
     
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    241272[[BR]]
     273
     274Once your public key has been uploaded into your Orbit account, you should be able to connect with a (reserved) gateway.
     275
    242276==== Configuring your SSH client ====
    243  TODO
     277
     278 Under normal circumstances, as long as the private key file is located in the /Users/your_username/.ssh/ folder, the command line SSH client will use the correct key when connecting.
     279
     280 To test your setup, open a command-line terminal and (replacing ''your_orbit_username'' with your own ORBIT username) type:
     281{{{
     282ssh your_orbit_username@gw.orbit-lab.org
     283}}}
     284 You should be prompted to enter your key file passphrase and be able to successfully connect.
     285
     286 Type {{{exit}}} and press the Enter key to end the SSH session.
     287
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    245289[[BR]]