The picture below shows a user selecting UCLA, not Case:
Directly below is what the screen should look like before you click Next:
On a Mac, open the Terminal application and issue the command
ssh-keygen.exe -t rsa
Press Enter in response to all the questions, and then issue
cp -p ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub ~/Desktop/YourName.pub
E-mail the YourName.pub file on your Desktop to Steen or Turner.
Your default ~/.bashrc on a Mac includes the line
PS1="\u@$(scutil --get ComputerName):\w\$ "
This will rename the tab when you access a remote system and the name persists after to log out. Use this instead:
On a PC, install the secure shell. Follow the first three steps of these instructions:
In PowerShell, issue this command:
ssh-keygen.exe -t rsa -f id_rsa
This creates a public/private key pair. E-mail the public key (extension .pub) to Steen or Turner.
Alternatively, you can install PuTTY and let us generate a key for you that you convert to PuTTY's format.
Finally, in the spring of 2016, Microsoft released Bash for Windows 10; see