To get the generated ssh key, open your command line and write down the following command:

cat ~/.ssh/

Let’s examine the command.

  • cat >> print the content of the following file
  • ~ is the home directory
  • .ssh is the ssh directory name
  • is the file name that contain your public ssh key
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