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== SSH Config ==
 
== SSH Config ==
 
Note this SSH Config has been hardened.<br /s>
 
Note this SSH Config has been hardened.<br /s>
Public Keys required.<br /s>
 
 
'''No Passwords supported'''.<br /s>
 
'''No Passwords supported'''.<br /s>
[https://www.unixtutorial.org/how-to-generate-ed25519-ssh-key/ ed25519] protocol supported]! Successor to rsa<br /s>
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[https://www.unixtutorial.org/how-to-generate-ed25519-ssh-key/ ed25519] protocol supported! <br /s>
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Consider generating a new, passwordless SSH key pair with
 
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'''ec25519 key''' -- Requires recent openssh client software
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'''ed25519 key''' -- Requires recent openssh client software
 
<code>$ ssh-keygen -b ed25519</code>
 
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Revision as of 20:51, 5 June 2021

Brony is a VPS located in Los Angeles, dedicated to the server known as Stallion. It is a sibling of of Unicorn. It has no guaranteed uptime or functionality; it is up to you to keep the services you want running, running. Like a stallion.

How is this different from Unicorn?

Los Angeles data center running Debian 11 Bullseye with 5.10x kernel

Brony Currently Hosts

Add a service here.

Request a Service

minetest -- migrate from Unicorn
ssb -- migrate scuttlebutt from Unicorn

SSH Config

Note this SSH Config has been hardened.
No Passwords supported.
ed25519 protocol supported!
Successor to rsa, which is also fine

I can haz access? Yes, but you are agreeing to help setup and maintain this!

Consider generating a new, passwordless SSH key pair with

ed25519 key -- Requires recent openssh client software $ ssh-keygen -b ed25519

RSA Key $ ssh-keygen -b 4096

then calling it, say, brony-nb, then add this to your ~/.ssh/config file:

Host brony-nb
User noisebridge
Hostname 199.241.139.224
PreferredAuthentications publickey
IdentityFile ~/.ssh/brony-nb

If your SSH pub key (~/.ssh/brony-nb.pub) has been added to brony-nb:~/.ssh/authorized_keys, you should now be able to shell in by typing

$ ssh brony-nb

...and thanks to the ~/.ssh/config entry, the name of the server you're trying to SSH into -- namely brony-nb in this case -- should autocomplete! Add your name to the access list below!


SSH Access