Working with files, programs, etc., that are stored on a different machine

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Failed to check FreeRDP file descriptor

Using xfreerdp version 1.1.0: oshiro@debian:~$ xfreerdp --version This is FreeRDP version 1.1.0-beta1 (git n/a) oshiro@debian:~$ I am getting the following error message: oshiro@debian:~$ sudo ...
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How to write a Java Program / Shell Script combination such that you can call the Java program as a remote command and yet supply a local file?

This is related to How to execute a remote command on a local file? I wrote a simple Java program that prints the first line of a file - import java.io.BufferedReader; import ...
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redirect sound (microphone) via ssh, how to telephone via ssh?

How can I redirect the microphone of one computer to listen to it on another computer via ssh? Which is the right device or which is the right command line? Some years ago it was easy and fun to ...
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Copy a local file to a remote server, non-root privileges over sudo?

I'd like to do something like: scp local_file remote_server:/some_directory But in order to gain privileges to /some_directory, we need to call sudo. I know that a similar question had already been ...
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Edit mp3 tags remotely from Windows

I have a Windows desktop at home. My mp3's are on a dedicated Debian server. How do I edit the mp3 tags on the Linux server from my windows PC with a GUI software? Is there a GUI software that can ...
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rsync list of files in sub-directories to remote server and delete extraneous

I haven't been able to find the answer to this one. I have tried all kinds of combinations of --include, --exclude, -r, --delete-excluded, and source directory. This is what I'm trying to accomplish: ...
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Make FreeRDP prompt user for username and password?

At the moment, I'm using the following command to start an FreeRDP session: $ sudo xfreerdp /v:farm.company.com /d:company.com \ /u:oshiro /p:oshiro_password /g:rds.company.com Works fine. ...
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Running bash script on a remote Windows Machine

I am planning to run a bash script on a remote Windows system from my local Linux machine. For this purpose, I will have to log in to Windows machine from the local one and then execute the bash ...
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Online administration tool

do you know any solutions like webmin for my ubuntu/debian box? I want to control some of my machines over network via HTTP. Is there any solution that will provide me with a dashboard? Even better if ...
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AltGr key combinations through Qtnx

I started using Qtnx, and it works great. I have a problem accessing some keyboard characters though. I am using a french keyboard (azerty-like), and every character is mapped correctly with qtnx, ...
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How to access my linux user account from different computer?

I have a linux user account in my school computer, but something I'm unable to finish the projects in class, and I was wondering if there was a way to access my linux account from school in my ...
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Sharing content/apps between console and VNC console

I have a linux box that I use a lot from my Mac laptop (1920x1200 resolution screen) via VNC. At work, I have a dual-monitor setup for the Linux Box (1600x1200 each monitor). I use the VNC ...
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Should rpc.statd write anything into wtmp?

On several linux machines (some old custom variant of gentoo) I have huge wtmp files, up to gigabyte in size. After some experiments I know that there is rpc.statd daemon running on all servers and ...
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Cross executing binaries

I have a Linux machine that I own and administer (CLIENT). I have access to a UNIX server, with no administrative privileges at all (SERVER). Previously, I used to copy a lot of files from this ...
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Is there any convenient way to run remote program on local data?

I have two servers running Linux, namely A and B. There is a large amount of data on A, but I want to use the program x on B to process those data. It would be inefficient to transfer all data from A ...
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How to remote Linux desktop with audio support

I have a Debian PC (Server) and I would like to remote this machine from one client (Windows, Ubuntu,..) and be able to hear the sound from the server. I tried some tools (Radmin, RealVNC, but I ...
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Running linux script on remote linux system using putty [closed]

I would like to copy certain logs from a remote linux system to the windows system. I'm trying to make a batch file, that will connect to the linux system using putty like: putty.exe -ssh ...
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Set window manager's meta key depending on connected Xserver

Situation A linux server is running an xdm supporting XDMCP, it is connected to from various different Linux and OS X boxes using XDMCP via an X -query <server> command. Once the user is ...
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rsync on a very large directory

I'm trying to rsync a partial clone of mavencentral using rsync. The problem is, due to ridiculous network policies, I can only have the copy running during business hours. The process will be cut ...
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Using winexe to run “wmic” commands on a Windows machine

We use winexe to execute commands on our Windows machines from Linux. For example: winexe -A authfile //syspc4.domain.com "ipconfig /all" Expectedly the above prints out the same thing as if you ...
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VMware path to System ISOs on remote server

When I connect to a remote server in vmware workstation I can create a new vm. But where to put the .iso files on the remote server? (linux) As shown on the screenshot I have only a "[standard]" ...
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How to copy files within a remote server?

I would like to copy files in an remote server from one directory (in the remote server) to another (also in the same remote server). I tried this: scp -r myacc@remote.server:/folder_a/*myfiles* ...
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Ways of logging to Linux machine [closed]

How many ways to log to a Linux machine there are? Direct login, using connected keyboard :) Remote login via ssh (-Y) to console or GUI is there any other means - defaultly allowed, or enabled in ...
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Secure access to remote SSH tunnel

So I wish to be able to access my Raspberry Pi (which I keep at home behind a firewall) remotely. One option is to use a static IP address, but as a poor student I don't want to fork out for one, and ...
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Connecting to the file systems of networked computers

At work, I am able to connect to all networked servers within the LAN simply by going to windows explorer and typing in the servers name or ip address, i.e. \\ip_address_here\c$ (can't remember if i ...
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how to connect centos from windows remotely?

I am using Oracle virtualbox and I have installed centos 6.4. How can I connect remotely to centos with WinSCP from Windows? There are fields like "hostname" in WinSCP but I don't know what to write.
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Access Windows Share from local linux machine through remote ssh server

as you can read from the title, this question might sound tricky, but I believe it is feasible. I work from my Ubuntu laptop. I need to access a Windows share that is accessible only from within my ...
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the difference between '..' and “..” when I use ssh usr@ip 'pscp …'

My Server machine run Window,and it installed Cygwin. My Client machine run linux. In Clinent machine.I do this: [sikaiwei@login-1-2 v1.4]$ bash test.sh CHUN~19900405 ...
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Get screenshots of a Linux machine that I connect to remotely with PuTTY

My setup is this, I connected my Cent box via PuTTY on windows 7, I've Xming and using X11forwarding to have GNOME in windows. Now when I did gnome-screenshot in putty, I cannot have the CentOS ...
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Closing connection after executing reboot using ssh command

I am using the reboot -f command remotely to force reboot a Unix machine. The problem is that the ssh connection remains active for a long time which I don't know why? I want to close the ssh ...
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Filepath: use same filepath on unix and winodws

I am working on application which work on both unix and windows environment. I have mapped my unix drive on windows using samba. On cygwin: ls -l /remote /remote -> //samba1 when I try ...
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Can a shell script running in a ssh continue to run if the SSH instance closes? [duplicate]

I'm trying to write a shell script that does a lengthy batch job on a remote server. I'll be running the script over SSH. The thing is, I intend to start the script in the evening and collect the ...
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ssh (remote console) between 2 computers from different private networks

I have two computers. Both of them are from different private networks. I'd like to connect from one of them to another (to program on it remotely). I attempted to use some remote desktop software ...
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How is network mounted software executed?

I would like to understand how network mounted software works. For example, at my place of work, we have a software server. Each client machine (hundreds of them) automatically mounts directories ...
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Performance and limitations of using an X GUI remotely?

I don't really have any experience with X. It appears from what I read that X has always been built from the ground up to allow windows in the WM to be transmitting over the internet, without ...
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How do I work with GUI tools over a remote server?

I have an Ubuntu server running on EC2 (which I didn't install myself, just picked up an AMI). So far I'm using putty to work with it, but I am wondering how to work on it with GUI tools (I'm not ...
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How do I copy all files and directories except certain ones over ssh?

Using the Linux command line, I use the scp command to copy up all the files and folders from a certain directory. However, I don't like to consume wasted bandwidth for copying up things I rarely ...
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How to make tar save the archive on a remote machine using sftp or ftp?

I would like to backup some of my very important data on a remote machine. Currently I'm just saving it to my local machine by using this command: tar -cvjf ~/backups/Backup.tar.bz2 ~/importantfiles/* ...
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Can't ssh to a machine

All of a sudden, I couldn't ssh to a machine to which I used to ssh earlier. Consider I am ssh-ing from A to B. Output when I run ssh root@ip_addr_of_B I get: Permission denied ...
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running a program located on my computer on a server

There is a server I can SSH into , but I can't use up a lot of the HDD space on it. I want to run a program, but this program is quite large, so I can't just copy it to the server. Is there a way to ...
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.ssh/config to start remote session in zsh

I would like to start a remote session without typing the following command ssh user@remoteserverip -t zsh I know that I can change the host names in the ~/.ssh/config to simply use something like ...
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ssh will sporadically hang temporarily on fast connection

I am using Ubuntu 13.04 on my laptop, connected to my router at home. When working from home, I will ssh into the servers on campus, through a vpn, with X11 forwarding. ssh -X ...
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How do I mount drive from one machine to another machine?

I am running two linux machines in VMWare - and would like to mount a drive from machine_1 on machine_2. Is it possible if I can ssh from one machine to another?
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Importing files from Windows to Linux [closed]

I would like to copy a CSV file from a Windows environment to a Linux environment. Both environments communicate through a terminal emulator called SecureCrt.
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Best way to mount remote folder

I have two RasberryPi running debian wheezy and I would like to mount a folder from computer A on computer B. What is the best (as in most efficient) way to do this? I can do it via SMB, but that is ...
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Debian VNC (Remote Desktop) only allowing first connection, then turns off

Basically if I reboot the machine, I can vnc into it (using ultra vnc) but I can only do it once. It seems that the vnc daemon stops working after the first remote desktop session is closed. I have to ...
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Remote PC accessible by ssh, scp/rsync not working (anymore) [closed]

I've got a remote machine running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. I've used it lots of times to log in to via ssh and to copy files to via scp and rsync. Today I was able to log in via ssh, but I'm not able to ...
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NFS vs SSH -YC - Which one is faster?

I frequently need to remotely run some programs (such as matlab) installed on my server. I used to mount the required nfs directories on my local machine (via etc/fstab). Recently, for some reasons, I ...
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Launching shell script from SSH and disconnect

I have a script which I run from SSH that launches several processes which I would like to keep open when I disconnect from my session. Is that feasible? Launching the script in background is not a ...
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How to run client script on on remote host and get results to the client

How to run script residing on the client on a remote host and get results back to the client in one go.