How to Set Up Easy SSH Access on a Shared Host | Development Tips!

How to Set Up Easy SSH Access on a Shared Host | Development Tips!


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Let’s talk about shared hosting. We’re talking Bluehost, Dreamhost, Hostgator, Media Temple. They are all an important part of the internet, an affordable and reliable way of hosting websites that don’t get a ton of traffic.

However, oftentimes shared hosts don’t have good deployment systems built in. This series’ is devoted to improving the workflow of developers who use shared hosting, to make your lives easier and less stressful. The first step is setting up your SSH key, which we go through in this video.

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The terminal commands we work with:
ssh -p 22 [email protected]
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C “[email protected]

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2 thoughts on “How to Set Up Easy SSH Access on a Shared Host | Development Tips!

  1. Thats an interesting terminal setup you have there. Do you mind sharing which app/theme/plugins do you use to achieve that look? I could not find any dotfiles on your github. Cheers!

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