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SSH Commands and Default Usernames

We thought it would be a good idea to give you some default SSH commands and usernames to make connecting easier.

If you are having difficulty, check out our connecting to linux via SSH article for more information.

Operating system Username Example SSH Command
Ubuntu ubuntu
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
ubuntu@your-address.ronin.cloud
Suse ec2-user
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
ec2-user@your-address.ronin.cloud
Redhat ec2-user
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
ec2-user@your-address.ronin.cloud
CentOS centos
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
centos@your-address.ronin.cloud
RStudio ubuntu
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
ubuntu@your-address.ronin.cloud
Alces alces
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
alces@your-address.ronin.cloud
Cuda 9 / 8 ubuntu
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
ubuntu@your-address.ronin.cloud
NCBI Blast ubuntu
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
ubuntu@your-address.ronin.cloud
Docker ubuntu
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
ubuntu@your-address.ronin.cloud
Windows Administrator
ssh -i ".ssh/your-key.pem" \
Administrator@your-address.ronin.cloud

Any missing usernames not listed? Let us know in the comments below!

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