SSH Connections

Here is how we share our Keys with clients and how we expect contractors, employees or others to share keys with us.

Installing Edoceo SSH Keys

As Root

If we've asked to connect as root use one of these commands.

curl https://edoceo.com/pub/ssh/code.txt >> /root/.ssh/authorized_keys
curl https://edoceo.com/pub/ssh/carbon.txt >> /root/.ssh/authorized_keys
curl https://edoceo.com/pub/ssh/helium.txt >> /root/.ssh/authorized_keys

As Regular User

First add a user, then install one of the keys use something like this.

useradd --comment "Edoceo" --create-home edoceo
curl https://edoceo.com/pub/ssh/code.txt >> /home/edoceo/.ssh/authorized_keys
curl https://edoceo.com/pub/ssh/carbon.txt >> /home/edoceo/.ssh/authorized_keys
curl https://edoceo.com/pub/ssh/helium.txt >> /home/edoceo/.ssh/authorized_keys

Download Our Keys

  1. code@edoceo.com
  2. atom@carbon.edoceo.com
  3. atom@helium.edoceo.com

Sharing Keys with Edoceo

When sending us keys, please only use the standard OpenSSH format, which looks like the keys we've shared above.

Do not send PPK, this is a specialised format used by PuTTY. Of course we could covert that to the standard, and then install it. However, we've asked you for keys so we can give you access to our systems. You will provide the keys in our desired format.

Upload your Key