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Clone GiltLab repository with SSH in Mac OS

We learning to generate SSH key in macOS Big Sur, create deploy key in GitLab that clone repository in our server with SSH.

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Step 1. Generate Key

In first step, we require to get key using bellow command, So open your terminal or command prompt and run bellow command:

ssh-keygen -t rsa




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