Secure shell (SSH)
Secure shell (SSH)#
Requires: Time: 5 minutes.
Results: You will know about some useful shortcuts.
Now, we will tell you about some shortcuts that you can use to save some time.
Note: in the future you will have to debug problems, and these problems might be harder to understand if you rely blindly on the shortcuts.
Instead of using
You can set up SSH so that you can use:
During your init_sd_card process described later in the book,
the command will automatically setup
If you are having trouble using it, you can follow the instructions
To manually create an SSH alias, create a host section in
~/.ssh/config on your laptop with the following contents:
Host ![ROBOT] User duckie Hostname ![ROBOT].local
Note that this does not let you do
You haven’t created another hostname, just an alias for SSH.
However, you can use the alias with all the tools that rely
on SSH, including