The Times Of India article The first thing that you should do is enable SSH access to your home network by typing in ssh [email protected] on your terminal and then entering the password.
When you log in, you will see a welcome screen where you will be prompted to confirm your password and the username and password for SSH.
The password is what the terminal asks for and will be different for each machine.
If you have any additional questions, you can find the guide here.
Once you’ve signed up, you should also create a SSH keypair and assign it to the PSSqRS service.
Open the SSH configuration file for your home server by typing ssh in your terminal.
Then, type the following commands in the terminal.
You should see the following message: SSH: Trying to create new SSH public key.
Enter passphrase: Enter pass phrase: Enter the new key for public key in SSH key file (default) Enter the SSH passphrase for the public key (default): Enter your SSH key password.
The SSH pass phrase is the passphrase that you have used for SSH login.
This is the same passphrase used to authenticate when you login to your web browser.
In the SSH session, you’ll be prompted for a passphrase and a public key, and then the SSH key is created.
After the SSH public and private keys are created, you need to log in to the server by entering your password in the SSH prompt.
You will see the message: Enter SSH password for the root account: Enter your root password: You should also see the PSCSSQR login prompt.
Type your SSH password in here and you will receive an access token, which will be sent to the root server to authenticates your SSH session.
Now, open a browser and type in your PSSQL login credentials, and you should see your server’s name.
Once logged in, it will look like this: http://192.166.1