Changes between Version 62 and Version 63 of HowTo/LoginToNodes


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06/09/14 11:15:10 (5 years ago)
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    109 ==== Windows !BitVise/FireSSH/Putty ====
     109==== Windows !BitVise/FireSSH/Git Bash/Putty ====
    110110===== !BiteVise =====
    1111111. Import your private key into bitvise through the User !KeyPair Manager.
     
    121121[[Image(firessh-login.png,30%)]]
    122122Load your private key through the Browse button and in the password field enter your passphrase.
     123
     124===== Git Bash Shell =====
     125 1. Install [http://git-scm.com/download/win Git for Windows]. git comes with a [http://msysgit.github.io/ bash emulator]
     126 1. Open the "Git Bash" application. (You may need to search for it under the ''Start'' menu.)
     127 1. If you have run `omni-configure` it made an `.ssh` directory and may have put your private key in that location.
     128 1. Find your node's login information.  Note that `readyToLogin` and `omni` run just fine in the Git Bash window. 
     129 1. Login to your node:
     130    a. Option 1: Use the `-i` option on SSH to specify the path to your private key
     131    b. Option 2 (recommended): Use an ssh agent.
     132       i. Start the ''ssh agent'' and tell it the location of your private key using `ssh-add`.
     133{{{
     134        eval `ssh-agent -s`
     135        ssh-add .ssh/id_rsa
     136}}}
     137       ii. Now ssh should work ''without'' the `-i` option (using the agent you started in the previous step)
     138 
    123139
    124140===== Putty =====