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Overview
  • The .ssh directory will contains (in the home directory of any user) :

    • authorized_keys : list of public keys allowed to be used to connect to this server
    • config : optional file with configuration parameters for the SSH client
    • the public and private keys you've generated on this host for this user.
    • known_hosts : maintain a list of hosts to which you already connected together with a hash to detect if the host key has changed since the last time.
  • On client, after I do ssh-add to add my private key everything works fine, ssh-add -l lists key and I can connect to hosts that have corresponding public key, but nothing changes in .ssh dir as it
  • Articlehttps://askubuntu.com/questions/512935/where-are-stored-ssh-client-private-keys
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