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How do you use ssh-keys instead of a password to run a remote-kernel over ssh?
On all of the servers that I regularly interact with, I have ssh-keys setup for passwordless access via ssh. Yet, every time I attempt to start a remote-kernel over ssh, I get asked for a password ...
Jan 19 '12 at 16:01
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