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ssh ubuntu to android : No route to host

I am trying to log into my android phone (running sshdroid), using my laptop (ubuntu 12.04). I am on a university sub-network (on wifi), and so is my phone. I tried the following command: ssh ...
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Compiling OpenSSH client or Dropbear for Android

I have an interesting problem. I'd like to use a private SSH key with my Android Terminal Emulator (jackpal.androidterm). I'd like to install the private key in a fairly-secure location and be able ...
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How does SELinux / SEAndroid prevent or allow pseudo terminal allocation?

I'm trying to resolve an SSH connection issue on an Android phone running SELinux in "Enforcing" mode. The problem is that any SSH connection that tries to allocate a pseudo-terminal (/dev/pts etc) is ...
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Trying to SSH into my Android phone, but connection closed

I am trying to use the ssh/sftp Daemon app on Android, and SSHing into the phone using an openssh client. Here is the verbose output I get right before the connection breaks debug1: Authentication ...
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SSH to a machine that is getting it's network connection from an Android device(Google TV)

I have a Linux(Ubuntu) machine for my HTPC. It's running XBMC and I control it via my IR remote control. I don't have a (wired) keyboard to control it. It has Wifi adaptor but it's not installed. I ...
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Transfer a file from Android to a PC (not in the same network)

If I were connected by wifi in my network, there isn't any problem because with AirDroid I can access the sdcard files using the browser. However when I am out, how can I transfer a file from my ...
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Sending function keys (F1-F12) over SSH

I have a Fedora machine that I can SSH to. One of the programs I'd like to use occasionally uses the function keys. The problem is that I'm SSH'ing from an Android tablet (ASUS Transformer Infinity) ...
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Is there a way to run an ssh server on an Android device?

I'm looking to install Debian over my Android installation so as to be able to use openssh-server, as it's so much better than Dropbear. Is there an easy way to do this, or just to simply install ...