If you log into your Raspberry Pi using ssh it will prompt you for a password. Having to do this multiple times a days this is very annoying. To ease the pain, and enhance security, you can use public key authentication instead. Therefor you create a pair of keys on your client, and store the public key on your Raspberry Pi. Then you set up an authentication by key. Afterwards the user can login into the Raspberry Pi using his private key.

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Christian Stade-Schuldt

Data Engineer @ HERE IoT innovation lab| Full-time geek | Cyclist | Learning from data

Data Engineer @ HERE

Berlin, Germany