Setup SSH in an EC2 instance

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I need SSH access to an Amazon EC2 instance running Ubuntu 10.4. All I got is the amazon username and password. Can someone help me sort this?
Mar 27 in AWS by Ravi
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To setup SSH to your EC2 instance you simply need to follow the steps mentioned here:

ssh -i /path/to/private-key ubuntu@<ec2-public-dns-address>

just use ubuntu instead of root. Your problem will be solved.

answered Mar 27 by Golu

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