...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!