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Started a new Conversation Forge SSH & Public Keys Where Is These Stored
I have been thinking for a while where and how Forge manages the public keys. I really love this feature which makes access control very easy. But, it also makes me think about how this actually works.
My guess would be that forge enables SSH authentication when it installs & configures the server. When a new public key is installed in the GUI, it ssh into the server into some folder and adds the input to some kind of file, or multiple files.
Does anyone have an idea of where forge stores the public keys?
Started a new Conversation MySQL Won't Start When Rebooting
Hello, recently when I've set up Laravel Valet I have experienced an issue with MySQL. It won't start when I reboot my MacBook pro so each time I restart I have to run mysqld in the command line to start it each time.
Not a very big issue, but maybe someone has a solution for it.