Hi @Rudy-Trujillo, Here's a quick run down of what you need to do. I will update this into the Wiki tomorrow:Open up the terminal on your computer, and navigate to .ssh cd ~/.ssh Turn on your ssh-agent, which is a daemon that manages your ssh keys: eval `ssh-agent -s` Generate the Private/Public key pair ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Now just follow the wizard, and it will generate a key for you. If you left everything at the default value, your private key will be saved at id_rsa, and your public key will be saved at id_rsa.pub.
Then, you will be adding your key to your system, so that your computer will know which key to login to servers/omega with:ssh-add id_rsa Finally, you just need to copy the content of your id_rsa.pub and place it on a new line in the authorized_keys file on the remote computer you want to log into. The location of this file is usually in the user's ~/.ssh folder. If you are using this to log into the Omega, the file should be under /etc/dropbear. Note, if you are unable to find this file in the folders mentioned, you simply need to create it.