Running ssh

For every client machine you make a key, to do this by running ssh-keygen, that is when you enter your passphrase and stuff. After that all you have to do is go to every host you want to be able to access from that client, make a directory called .ssh and put the file that resides in .ssh/identity.pub on the client machine into .ssh/authorized_keys on the host machine. There ya go, it should work now. BTW - You should also make a .shosts file on the host machine for added security, you can't use it to login without the passphrase, however it will boost security as sort of a personal access control list.