I have run into a problem setting up a new LAMP installation i setup on a droplet. (Keep in mind in am using the digital ocean console)
I am doing this tutorial specifically, and i am stuck on step four. I stopped at the instruction below because copy and paste don’t work on the console.
***Now open a file in .ssh called authorized_keys with a text editor. We will use nano to edit the file:
Now insert your public key (which should be in your clipboard) by pasting it into the editor.
Hit CTRL-x to exit the file, then y to save the changes that you made, then ENTER to confirm the file name.***
What i did instead was login with filezilla using sftp and downloaded the key. i went in to the folder that i had created in console (/home/seyi/.ssh) and then dropped the text file i created in the folder. (i wasn’t sure if the file was supposed to be in .txt. or .pub so i put them both in the folder)
There was no way to know if it worked so i went back to console and did;
$ chmod 600 ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
That pulled an error: chmod: cannot access '/home/seyi/.ssh/authorized keys : No such file or directory.
Later i came back and tried $sudo apt-get update
entered the password and the got the error below “seyi is not in the sudoers file. the incident will be reported.”
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