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Currently to connect to my server via ssh I am using

ssh domain.com -l root

I am authenticated with public-private key pair.

My Mac username is different from root, so I need to provide -l key.

Is there any option no to enter this key, so simply:

ssh domain.com

?

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Put this in ~/.ssh/config

    Host domain
    Hostname domain.com
    User root

Then you can simply do ssh domain.

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