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This guide is about setting up a SSH connection without passwords from a local development environment to a live domain site, the requirements are that you have SSH access to the live domain.
SSH into the domain as the domain owner.
By default some hosting providers do not set up a .ssh folder in the domain home.
Make a secure SSH directory if it doesn’t exist.
Set the permissions so only the domain owner can read/write and execute
chmod go-rwx .ssh/
Create an authorised keys file inside
Now grab you local public secure key file and add it to the remote authorized_keys file.
Paste and save.
Now make the authorized_keys file secure
chmod a-w .ssh/authorized_keys
Either on the standard SSH port
Or on a non-standard port
ssh email@example.com -p2000
Once you have this set, it makes things like version control a lot easier.
Connecting SSH with no Passwords from Local to Live Domain
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