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Brian Patterson19,588 Points
Putting the location of .ssh keys
I have the latest version of homestead and it is showing me this in the .yaml file.
authorize: ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub keys: - ~/.ssh/id_rsa
Do I still have to write the file path in?
Michael Hulet47,843 Points
I know this is an old question on a course that's retiring soon, but no, I don't think you have to change anything. The tilde (
~) a special character that basically acts as a placeholder for your home folder. For example, on my system, my home folder is at
/Users/michael/, so writing
~/.ssh for me is exactly equivalent to writing