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Not seeing how to use an existing SSH public key on a new server

how to get an ssh public key for aws ... not for windows or linux.. but for amazon web service. 


the comand line doesnt work  : cat ~/.ssh/ 

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Jobin Kuruvilla [Adaptavist]
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Feb 07, 2019

Depends on your OS. See


cd %userprofile%/.ssh
clip <

On macOS or Linux simply run the following in a terminal:

Mac OS X

pbcopy < ~/.ssh/

Note that on Linux, you may need to download and install xclip, then use that, as shown in this code snippet:


sudo apt-get install xclip
xclip -sel clip < ~/.ssh/

 If you do not have a key, you should create one first:

Screenshot (5)_LI.jpgThank you Jobin.  

After creating a bitbucket account, on the AWS console Cloud9 in the terminal  I run this command and it worked :  

cat ~/.ssh/



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