Changes between Version 79 and Version 80 of HowTo/LoginToNodes


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    109 ==== Windows !BitVise/!FireSSH/Git !Bash/PuTTY ====
     109==== Windows PuTTY/!FireSSH/!BitVise/Git !Bash ====
     110
     111
     112===== PuTTY =====
     113
     114If you are using PuTTY on a Windows machine, follow these steps:
     115   1. Download the PuTTY version of your private key.  (If you are using a key generated by the GENI Portal, this can be downloaded from the [https://portal.geni.net/secure/profile.php#ssh Profile page] (under the SSH tab).  Otherwise, you may need to convert your private key to the format that PuTTY is expecting. To do this use the puttygen program. For more information look [https://apps.state.or.us/tech/htdocs/putty/Chapter8.html#8.2.12 here])
     116   2. Create a new session that uses the username, hostname and port that you have gathered. Under the authentication menu make sure you point the key field to the key in the PuTTY-friendly format.
     117
     118===== FireSSH =====
     119After you Install [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/firessh/ FireSSH] :
     120 1. Load this URL into firefox: `ssh://<username>@<hostname>:<port>`.
     121 1. In the pop-up window (see below), load your private key through the Browse button and in the password field enter your passphrase.
     122[[Image(firessh-login.png,30%)]]
     123
     124
    110125===== !BitVise =====
    1111261. Import your private key into bitvise through the User !KeyPair Manager.
     
    114129    [[Image(bitvise2.png, 40%)]]
    1151302. To login, get the hostname and port of the machine you want to ssh into. Enter that into the appropriate host and port field. Enter your user name and then for Initial Method, pick the appropriate publickey-slot #. Hit the blue Login key and a terminal should appear to the machine. Refer to the picture above in Step 1.
    116 
    117 ===== FireSSH =====
    118 After you Install [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/firessh/ FireSSH] :
    119  1. Load this URL into firefox: `ssh://<username>@<hostname>:<port>`.
    120  1. In the pop-up window (see below), load your private key through the Browse button and in the password field enter your passphrase.
    121 [[Image(firessh-login.png,30%)]]
    122 
    123 
    124131
    125132===== Git Bash Shell =====
     
    145152 
    146153
    147 ===== PuTTY =====
    148 
    149 If you are using PuTTY on a Windows machine, follow these steps:
    150    1. Download the PuTTY version of your private key.  (If you are using a key generated by the GENI Portal, this can be downloaded from the [https://portal.geni.net/secure/profile.php#ssh Profile page] (under the SSH tab).  Otherwise, you may need to convert your private key to the format that PuTTY is expecting. To do this use the puttygen program. For more information look [https://apps.state.or.us/tech/htdocs/putty/Chapter8.html#8.2.12 here])
    151    2. Create a new session that uses the username, hostname and port that you have gathered. Under the authentication menu make sure you point the key field to the key in the PuTTY-friendly format.
    152154
    153155== Omni !ReadyToLogin Script ==