piCorePlayer has ssh active by default. This means you can access piCorePlayer from any computer on the network with an ssh client. From the command lineStepsStep 1 Type ssh user@<IP address> at the command prompt.
$ ssh [email protected]
Step 2 The first time you access the remote computer, type yes to establish host authenticity. The authenticity of host '<IP address> (<IP address>)' can't be established. ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:Oj3eagEfJYeltdxRbmNsVmqPDF4SO4m7KmVl8+3KB5A.
Setup ssh access to piCorePlayers without prompting for passwords. This is useful if you need to use scripts that interact with remote piCorePlayers. Step 1Determine the <IP address> of the remote computer—see Determine your pCP IP address.
Step 2aCreate the public/private authentication keys using <Enter> to accept the default values.
$ ssh-keygen -t ed25519
Valid encryption types:
dsa rsa ed25519 Step 2bOr, create the public/private authentication keys non-interactively.
$ ssh-keygen -t ed25519 -N "" -f "/home/tc/.
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