SSH is required for optional full Git access. Most Linux distributions automatically generate SSH keys for root and non-privileged users.
Login to your Linux box and check your home directory:
All you have to do is send us a copy of id_rsa.pub if it already exists.
Generate id_rsa.pub if you don't have one yet. Below is an example of a user logged in as magie using ssh-keygen to generate SSH keys by simply pressing enter on all prompts:
+--[ RSA 2048]----+ | | | .| | .o | | . .oo| | S o .=| | o o .o| | o =.. o| | .=.=Eo.| | ...oo+o.| +-----------------+You will get a different fingerprint and random art image, of course. Check your home directory:
The ~ translates to your home directory. So the full path is /home/psylocke/.ssh/id_rsa.pub if you are logged in as psylocke, /home/phoenix/.ssh/id_rsa.pub if you are logged in as phoenix, and so on.
Send us the newly generated id_rsa.pub file.