🪟Installation Guide Windows

SSH No Ports Windows

Installation

First, open a powershell terminal.

Then run the following command:

Invoke-WebRequest -Uri "https://github.com/atsign-foundation/noports/releases/latest/download/universal.ps1" -OutFile "universal.ps1"

Running the installer

After downloading the installer, you can run the installer by running the following command:

.\universal.ps1

Device Side

After finishing the device install, you will have a windows service installed called sshnpd. This service will be started automatically and will be running in the background.

Client Side

After finishing the client install, you will have a binary called {device_name@device_atsign} installed on your machine. You can use this binary to connect to the device.

Example:

esp_32@wanderinggazebo 

or

.\esp_32@wanderinggazebo.ps1 

SSH Key Generation

To generate an SSH key, you can run the following command:

For RSA:

ssh-keygen

For Ed25519:

ssh-keygen -t ed25519

Activate the device atSign

First time activating this atSign

Users\alice\.local\bin\at_activate -a @<REPLACE>_device

Activated this atSign before ? As before if this atSign is already activated elsewhere then you need to copy the .atKeys file for this atSign into the ~/.atsign/keys/ directory.

RDP? Check this out.

🖥️RDP

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