Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Use ssh-copy-id on a different port

ssh-copy-id has known problems with handling non-standard ports (e.g. connecting to a different port than 22). To overcome this issue, use a command like: $ ssh-copy-id "user@host -p 6842"

54 comments:

  1. another thanks ;-)

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  2. Cheers, very helpful :-)

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  3. Yet another thanks! :)

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  4. Thank you for the information.
    I was searching an information like this, since I was moving my SSH port to another port :)

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  5. Oh! The quotes... of course! Thanks

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  6. Thanks. +8 hr. of my life.

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  7. Thanks for posting this. ssh-copy-id still has this issue over 2 years after your original post.

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  8. You're the MAN! Thanks a lot

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  9. +1 man, saved me some confusion!

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  10. Thanks, saved just a few minutes, but thanks!

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  12. Just thanks! :)

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  13. Thanks so much from Mexico

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  14. THANK YOU (from CCA http://www.cca.edu)

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  15. thanks from portland oregon

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  16. You, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.

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  17. For years I have been temporarily changing the port back to 22 just to use copy-id. Why didn't I think to search for this sooner?

    Big Thanks for this post! Will save lots of time in the future

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  18. Found this so your still helping, thx!

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  19. Yet another THANKS ... and it's almost 4 years since you posted this!

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  20. Thanks for this post! it resolve my problem on connecting to my ssh server using keys!

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  21. Oh ,boy...
    I love you

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  22. Love when people talk to the point straight forward with no messing around. Thank you

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  23. And another +3 hours of karma credit! It's an undocumented "feature," right?

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  24. Thank you for sharing. This really, really, really helped :)

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