Copy SSH key to Clipboard

Copying my ssh key to my clipboard is always something I have to google. It’s different depending on operating system and depends on what you have installed. This is a short guide on how to copy your ssh key to the clipboard.

Mac

  • Type: pbcopy < ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

Linux (Ubuntu)

  • Type and copy output: cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

Windows (Git Bash)

  • Type: clip < ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub

Please leave a comment below if you have a better way or would like me to add an additional operating system.

Wireless Temperature Sensor

My goal of this project was to track the temperature in different rooms in my house using multiple temperature sensors to send the data back to a raspberry pi and have the data stored historically so I could display it in charts and send alerts. As a follow up to my wireless power outlet project, I wanted to use the 433mhz receiver. I came across some wireless temperature sensors that work over 433mhz. These temperature sensors are great because they are cheap, well built, battery powered and outdoor resistant. I was surprised at how difficult it is to decode the signal coming from the temperature sensors. Read More

Weather.io

I’ve been working on a new site called Weather.io. Besides being on an awesome io domain name thanks to park.io, it’s a simple site that displays a weather-related background image and the current weather conditions. It also supports changing locations and F/C options. I’m working on adding new features and would love to hear what people think.

Leave a comment below of what you would like to see in a simple weather site.