finding public ssh keys with ease
This tool is intended to get developers public keys
- via a limited ssh-server on the local host (which can be accessed by ssh-copy-id)
- or by fetching them from github, were the developers may've left them.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project running on your local machine, for development and testing purposes.
See deployment for notes on how to install the project on your system.
gccor another compiler
- libcurl to fetch api responses
- libssh to run the ssh-server
- json-c in order to interprete api responses
- openssl for generating ssh keys
- cmocka for make check
A step by step series of examples that tells you, how to get a development env running.
clone this repo
git clone https://github.com/AiyionPrime/heimdallr.git
cd into the project and build it
cd heimdallr make
Take a look at eg. my pubkey(s), by calling heimdallr with the user flag
./heimdallr -u aiyionprime
Alternatively start a ssh-server (eg. on port 1234), which others can fill with pubkeys via
./heimdallr -p 1234
Your coworkers can then use
ssh-copy-id like they would do with ordinary ssh-servers:
ssh-copy-id -p 1234 <the-ip-of-your-device>
Hint: You can list your current IPs with
Deploying this on a live system can be done by running the build steps followed by
sudo make install
brew install aiyionprime/tools/heimdallr
Using the arch user repository
yaourt -S heimdallr
If you like this tool, don't forget to vote for it, so others can find it, too!
https://aur.archlinux.org/pkgbase/heimdallr/ (the button is hidden on the right under 'package actions') Thanks!
Alternatively: Install the latest development release
yaourt -S heimdallr-git
We're open for ideas improving the workflow of sharing ssh public keys, so if you've got a good one, feel free to contact me about it.
In order to run the small amount of available unittests, run
in the source directory.
The expected output is something like: [==========] Running n test(s). ... [ PASSED ] n test(s).
aiyion (on #hackint)
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details
- Thanks to all testers and reviewers!
- Props to ubuntus developers for using the same mechanism in their installer for bionic beaver.