Quick, straightforward question that somehow my google-fu is failing to answer.

In openssh-server, how can I only allow certain RSA fingerprint(s) to connect?

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Simplicidade, Desempenho e Capacidade!
OS: Xubuntu 16.04.3 LTS x86_64
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Have a look at ProtonMail, a secure, privacy-focused email provider that you can use as an alternative to Gmail.

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Backups are unnecessary just as safety belts and airbags in a car!

Many people discover much too late that the opposite is true.

I tried and used different backup solutions in the past and a few days ago, I started to try out two other solutions:
1. https://github.com/restic/restic
Restic is written in golang
2. https://github.com/borgbackup/borg
Borg is written in python
Here you can read a nice comparison of Borg and Restic:
https://blog.stickleback.dk/borg-or-restic/
There are pros and cons for both of them. I will stay with Borg now. But you have to make your own decision.

But each backup, no matter how you made it, is much better than none!
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10 Amazing Websites Every Linux Gamer Must Follow

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Brilliantly Horrible idea: Keyboard as a service

See, you buy my keyboard for $200, then the keyboard transmits back to my servers everything you type. Then I send a key that allows your keyboard to work. Then you pay me a monthly fee so your keyboard keeps working.
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