...the thrilling ride of sitting on a chair and coding...
$ ssh-copy-id "user@host -p 6842"
another thanks ;-)
Ditto that. =)
Cheers, very helpful :-)
Yet another thanks! :)
Thank you for the information.I was searching an information like this, since I was moving my SSH port to another port :)
Oh! The quotes... of course! Thanks
Thanks. +8 hr. of my life.
Thanks for posting this. ssh-copy-id still has this issue over 2 years after your original post.
thanks += 1
thanks a lot!!
You're the MAN! Thanks a lot
+1 man, saved me some confusion!
Thank you so much
Thanks, saved just a few minutes, but thanks!
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Thanks a lot!, great trick.
Just thanks! :)
Great was just looking for this
Thanks so much from Mexico
THANK YOU (from CCA http://www.cca.edu)
thanks from portland oregon
You, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.
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
thanks : )
Found this so your still helping, thx!
Yet another THANKS ... and it's almost 4 years since you posted this!
Thanks for this post! it resolve my problem on connecting to my ssh server using keys!
Oh ,boy...I love you
Thanks for your help!
Love when people talk to the point straight forward with no messing around. Thank you
You save my time
And another +3 hours of karma credit! It's an undocumented "feature," right?
Thank you for sharing. This really, really, really helped :)
another grateful reader here!
another thank you!
thanks from waterloo :)
The gift that keeps on giving. Very useful, thanks for this - all my devices run ssh on non-standard ports.