Are you tired of typing the password every time you want to login to the remote server? Setting up a password-less will make your life easier. Here’s how:
From your local machine run this:
You will see similar below, just follow the prompt to generate the key file.
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This article will show you how to install and configure Git on your local Linux computer (CentOS in this example) or a remote Dev server, and then clone a working copy of your existing project to Bitbucket. I assume you already created an account and a Git repo with Bitbucket. If not just follow this instruction and then come back to this page.
To install Git under CentOS:
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Uncomment this line:
Restart SSH server:
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yum install <package1> <package2> ...
yum remove <package1> <package2> ...
For example installing packages telnet, which, and perl.
yum -y install telnet which perl
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If you want to mount your NFS or Samba file systems at boot time under Ubuntu, edit the file:
For this example, we have an NFS share on server1 at
/mnt/apps, and a SMB share on server2 called music. We want to mount the NFS share at
/mnt/software and the SMB share at
First we have to create the mount points:
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