Generating a new SSH key
SSH is in early access.
Here’s an example command that will list the files in your
.ssh directory, if they exist.
ls -al ~/.ssh
By default, the filenames of supported SSH public keys for Render are one of the following:
If you don’t see either of these files or if you receive an error that
~/.ssh doesn’t exist, you may want to generate a new key.
Here’s an example command that will generate a key:
ssh-keygen -t ed25519
After you’ve generated your key, the next step will be to add the key to your account.