On 01/21/2011 04:04, Alexey Dokuchaev wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 12:10:04PM +0100, Emanuel Haupt wrote:
>> Max Khon<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> 2011/1/20 Alexey Dokuchaev<email@example.com>
>>> On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 05:32:37PM +0000, Emanuel Haupt wrote:
>>>>> ehaupt 2011-01-14 17:32:37 UTC
>>>>> Modified files:
>>>>> security Makefile
>>>>> Added files:
>>>>> security/ssh-copy-id Makefile pkg-descr
>>>>> security/ssh-copy-id/files ssh-copy-id ssh-copy-id.1
>>>> What special functionality does this tool offer that goes beyond
>>>> simple copying/appending the key bu hand to ratify having it in the
>>> You need to enter password at least twice in order to place it to
>>> remote host manually: for copying the public key (or do it via
>>> clipboard) and for logging in in order to create .ssh directory (if
>>> it is missing) and append the key.
>>> I ended up with having similar script.
>> ssh-copy-id is part of many linux distros and various documentations.
>> It's probably the best known script for that particular task (google
>> for ssh-copy-id).
>> It's simplicity is by no means a reason for not adding it to the tree.
> This is very good explanation which answers all my questions. :-)
Ahhhhhhhh .... peace and harmony breaking out all over the ports tree.
It's a lovely thing to see. :)
> Thanks Emanuel. Perhaps it should be mentioned in the the commit log
> so people like me would remain silent.
IMO pkg-descr might be a better choice. That way the information is
easily available to everyone.
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