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Hi,

I'm learning with the "Puppet Labs Learning VM". I don't know how to solve this problem only with "ssh_authorized_key": "Write and apply a manifest that uses the ssh_authorized_key type to let you log into the learning VM as root without a password. Youʼll need to have an SSH key." 1. Does that mean, that I have to write this at the Client-PC? 2. Does that mean, that I have to create a new key-pair for the Client and include the Client's public key into the servers "authorized_keys" file?

So I don't quite understand how to solve this problem best.

Hi,

I'm learning with the "Puppet Labs Learning VM". I don't know how to solve this problem only with "ssh_authorized_key": "Write and apply a manifest that uses the ssh_authorized_key type to let you log into the learning VM as root without a password. Youʼll need to have an SSH key." 1. Does that mean, that I have to write this the Manifest at the Client-PC? 2. Does that mean, that I have to create a new key-pair pair of keys for the Client and include the Client's public key into the servers "authorized_keys" file?

So I don't quite understand how to solve this problem best.

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Hi,

I'm learning with the "Puppet Labs Learning VM". I don't know how to solve this problem only with "ssh_authorized_key": ssh_authorized_key:

"Write

Write and apply a manifest that uses uses the ssh_authorized_key ssh_authorized_key type to let let you log into the learning VM as root root without a password. Youʼll need to to have an SSH key." 1. key.

1. Does that mean, that I have to write the Manifest at the Client-PC? 2. Client-PC?

2. Does that mean, that I have to create a new pair of keys for the Client and include the Client's public key into the servers "authorized_keys" file?

So I don't quite understand how to solve this problem best.

Can anyone please give me a hint?