SSH setup (Linux/Mac)

Secure Shell (SSH) is a way to login to remote computers securely as all data is encrypted in both directions between the local computer (your laptop) and the remote computer (Abacus 2.0).

Using SSH keys is an even more secure way to use SSH to access a remote compute as there is no password exchange between the local and remote computer. An SSH key pair is generated on the local computer. The key pair consists of a private key which stays on your local computer and a public key which must be uploaded to the remote computer.

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