To use public keys with an ssh server, you'll first need to generate a public/private key pair:
#ssh-keygen -t dsa
By exchanging the keys we had just put some charge (speed) in the SSH process. So less time is spend in login so more time for troubleshooting.
But still, I am not happy
I still need to type:
How to achieve this?
Here is a small HACK !!!
Create a file called ssh-to with these two lines in it (under your home):
#ssh `basename $0` $*
Make the ssh-to file executable:
#chmod 744 ~/ssh-to
#ln -s ssh-to server-name
MOST Interesting is that you can also execute some remotely without actually landing on the target server - server-name