Note: For most new images the username is the distribution name with lowercase, for example, Ubuntu 18.04 is ubuntu, and Fedora 27 would be fedora.
Open your terminal and type one of the following commands to connect to your instance. Which command you execute depends on the Linux distribution that you've picked.
ssh -i .ssh/id_rsa ubuntu@PUBLIC_IP
Note: When confronted with the following warning, you can select yes.
chmod 400 KEYPAIR_NAME.pem
5. You are now able to connect to your Linux instance with the following command:
ssh -i KEYPAIR_NAME.pem ubuntu@PUBLIC_IP
In this getting started series, consisting of 4 tutorials, we introduced you to the dashboard, security groups, key pairs, launching an instance, linking a public IP address and logging in to your instance. With this knowledge, you are ready to follow the other tutorials in the Fuga Cloud Academy.
If you have feedback about this getting started series, we would love to hear from you. For this, you can use the chat functionality at the bottom right of your window.
We wish you a lot of pleasure with all your future projects!