Comment 280 for bug 445852

Martin Pitt (pitti) wrote :

These are the steps for allowing me SSH access:

 * Install openssh-server
 * Create a new user for me (e. g. "pitti"), with admin privileges
 * Log in as that user, write the password in a file "password.txt" in the home directory (so that you do not need to pass it around by mail, but I can get access to it once I'm logged in and need sudo)
 * mkdir ~/.ssh
 * wget -O ~/.ssh/authorized_keys https://launchpad.net/~pitti/+sshkeys
 * Configure your router to allow access to your machine's Port "22" (for ssh from outside)
 * Tell me (via private mail, IRC, or bug followup) your IP address (visible in the router configuration web page usually).