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How to Generate new SSH key and and set-up in GitHub Id

In this tutorial I’m going to describe about  how to set SSH key in your GitHub Id. Follow some easy steps I sure these steps will 100% helpful for you.

Step 1:-   Go to your c: drive and open git bash and run this command

ssh-keygen

Which location you want to save this if ok then click Enter Enter->

Enter -> Now you can see your SSH key is set successfully

Go to c:drive    Users/Cotocus13/.ssh/id_rsa

You can see your key is set in id_rsa.pub

Open id_rsa.pub file in notepad ++

Select all and copy this code and open Add SSH key and paste there.

Click on Add SSH Key

Now you can see your ssh key is successfully set

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