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And if you want to get the public key also:

https://github.com/<username>.keys

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    As a piece of general advice to avoid doing this: don’t put your home directory directly in source control. Instead, pull out specific config files (not, obviously, things like ssh or gpg keys) into a dotfiles repo and copy or link them out into the final locations in your home directory. (GNU Stow is perfect for this, but I imagine there’s other tools that would work, or it could easily be handled by a simple script.)

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      Great advice. This is what I do. Here’s my script: https://gist.github.com/brandonbloom/200cb1082424ddccfad6

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        The search was known a (few years?) while ago, so github has specifically filtered that query.

        That doesn’t stop Google, of course.

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          I don’t understand what you mean. You say they filtered it but clicking the link in this post says otherwise?

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            Sure, they blocked that query. So you query for id_rsa.pub … then check for the id_rsa next to it.

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            The query worked fine for me.. no messages anything.

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              We could not perform this search

              The listed users and repositories cannot be searched either because the resources do not exist or you do not have permission to view them.

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                  Thanks, seems to work here with the asterisk at the end.

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                  Working fine here: http://i.imgur.com/cnKXoka.png

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                    In chrome this works fine, but I have set up chrome with my github login, but firefox which does not it says:

                    We’ve found 4,253,773 code results

                    and

                    We could not perform this search

                    The listed users and repositories cannot be searched either because the resources do not exist or you do not have permission to view them.