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How to copy a file from a remote network to the local desktop

So I used SSH to remotely login to another computer on a network. I have many files that I would like to copy over to my local desktop. I am trying to follow this How-to : However, I think one ...
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Weird SSH issue, ssh works with -t but freezes without it

When I ssh into one of my servers, it seems to log in, but then hangs before giving me the prompt (message debug2: shell request accepted on channel 0 is the last log entry). Though the odd thing is ...
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I am using `&`: why isn't the process running in the background?

I know that I can append & to a command to run the process in the background. I'm SSH'ing into an Ubuntu 12.04 box and running a python program with $python program.py & -- but when I go to ...
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1answer
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How do you keep the password hidden when invoked during the su command?

This is the first time it has happened to me where I am using the su command and it actually displays the password on the terminal and doesn't stay hidden. Here is my code snippet: sshpass -p ...
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stderr over ssh -t

This sends output to STDERR, but does not propagate Ctrl+C (i.e. Ctrl+C will kill ssh but not the remote sleep): $ ssh localhost 'sleep 100;echo foo ">&2"' This propagates Ctrl+C (i.e. ...
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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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SSH Agent-Forwarding works, but what about sudo -u username no shell/ permissions? composer

Working on a remote server (A) I want to use my local SSH-Keys to access a repository on another server (B) that is not controlled by me. Generally this works like a charm. I log in as myUsername ...
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64 views

run shell scripts in a sequencing way?

I have 4 shell scripts and I want to run them in a sequencing way: script1 -> script2 -> script3 ->script4 in a local machine can I ensure this by make the scripts executable and creating a new ...
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bash: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys: No such file or directory

Create a ssh key: $ ssh-keygen -t rsa –P "" Moving the key to authorized key: $ cat $HOME/.ssh/id_rsa.pub >> $HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys bash: /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys: No such file ...
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Why does this shell script fail in bash, but the commands work in SSH?

I'll first admit to being quite the noob in Linux/SSH/etc. What I'm trying to write is a shell script that will back up a website and all the MySQL DBs that support it. I found examples all over the ...
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Tracking my shell path in Emacs

Not a long time ago, I found the following precious snippet that allows Emacs to track my current directory on any ansi-term buffer. More specifically, if I cd <some/path> from within a ...
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1answer
254 views

Unable to get the right exit code from a script

I have a script which connects to a remote server via SFTP and get some file from there. My script goes like this: /usr/bin/sftp USER@remote.server.com <<EOF lcd /dir1/dir2/dir3 cd ...
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1answer
955 views

Easiest way to mount Google Cloud Storage in CentOS

we use centos for some hosting projects, but nut very expertise with systems. We pretend to use a main CentOS box to mount an "unlimited" Google Cloud Drive and then share it via NFS to the rest of ...
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How do I run a command on a TTY from a SSH session?

Does anyone know of a way that I could run a command from my ssh session and have it display on tty1? It seems like I could do that like: script command >> /dev/tty1. However, if I were to do ...
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About escape with SSH pipe

I want to execute the awk command with long parameters,like this: ssh host "netstat -rn|awk 'NR!=1 && NF>=6 && $1!="Destination" {printf "%-15s %-20s\n", $1, $2}'|sort -f " but ...
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1answer
77 views

How to check for a folder inside a particular folder in shell script?

I am working on a shell script and python script as well. Python script is passing certain parameters to my shell script and then I am using those parameters in my shell script. Below is my shell ...
2
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1answer
167 views

How to automatically launch a lxc container on ssh connection?

I'm attempting to setup a system that automatically creates a new sandbox on a ssh login to use as a temporary jump box into my server. So to do this I was wonder how to setup lxc to spin up a new ...
1
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2answers
104 views

How to find out all the files in other machines using bash shell script?

I am trying to find out which files are in machineB and which files are in machineC. And I need to run my shell script on machineA to figure out which files are in machineB and which files are in ...
2
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4answers
351 views

What are SSH_TTY and SSH_CONNECTION?

What are the SSH_TTY and SSH_CONNECTION variables for? On my Ubuntu system both of them are blank; what values should they have?
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1answer
588 views

Single command to login to SSH and run program?

Is there a way to structure a single command to login via SSH to a remote server and run a program on the remote login shell? In the OpenSSH manual, it reads "If command is specified, it is executed ...
1
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1answer
140 views

Setting the bash SHELL for remote openSSH connections?

I am connected to a Freebsd 10 -STABLE server with SSH from my office box but when I trying to work inside the session I encounter these problems: although I did chsh for every user in said server ...
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1answer
375 views

How can I forward a already forwarded ssh key into tmux?

I'm connecting through SSH from a machine where my keys are stored, forwarding to a second machine, and then try to use the keys from within tmux. I appear to "loose" the forwarding when entering ...
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1answer
428 views

How to execute Netscaler commands through a remote machine via SSH connection

I have been trying to execute some NetScaler commands like "bind" & "unbind" through a Linux Box via an SSH Connection. Now the Problem is, Manually we are able to enter & execute commands on ...
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3answers
169 views

bash adds extra single quotes

I have a problem executing my script. When executing it in debug mode (bash -x), I can see that bash is adding extra quotes. Therefor my script is failing. Here this is within my script: ...
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1answer
103 views

Passing multiple scripts to shell over ssh

I have a somewhat lengthy script which sources other scripts to include the functions there. I'd like to execute this script remotely via ssh. Now I thought to make one script file of it (without ...
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1answer
88 views

Autocompletion and coloring not working, when using ssh in emacs shell

I'm connecting to remote server using emacs shell. Emacs shell displays directory listings with proper coloring and auto completion when working with local machine. But when I use ssh the ...
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3answers
171 views

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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How can I delete a file on client?

After copying files from /home/foo/bar the original files on the client must be deleted, EXCEPT for file /home/foo/bar/special_file. This file must remain on the client. I want to delete all the files ...
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521 views

How to copy only the files of a folder(including subfolder's files), but not the folder itself in shell

In Openssh, On the client, the content of path/to/file must be copied to Server. All files in /path/to/file on the client must be copied to /path/to/files on the server. Note: only copy files, no ...
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Gaussian, which is run with nohup on remote linux machine, gets killed when the local computer is powered down before the shell is exited

I have a problem running Gaussian on remote Linux via SecureCRT on Windows. Gaussian Gaussian spawns different child executables ("link"s) when running. For example, I start Gaussian by running ...
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1answer
67 views

date doesn't accept its own output

What is the option for date to give output in a format acceptable to date --set ? I'm trying to remotely set the date, using the current computer clock of my workstation. ssh user@host sudo date ...
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2answers
74 views

Run an SSH command on two hosts whose name comes from another command

So what I'm trying to do should be fairly simple but I can't seem to figure it out. I need to kill a certain process on different boxes, they all have a defined IP range although they will eventually ...
3
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3answers
440 views

Correctly parse arguments in script behaving like a shell called through SSH

I have a server with a very limited used whom I want to be able to run two very specific (and custom) instructions through SSH. In order to do that, I have set the shell for that limited user to be a ...
3
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1answer
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Granting access to a restricted git shell

I tried setting up git-shell on our CentOS (6.4) system (after getting this working correctly on Ubuntu 13.10, maybe cross platform hot mess?) my /etc/passwd shows git:x:500:500:Web Archive ...
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1answer
132 views

Execute command on remote host fails

I'm trying to execute some commands on remote host like this : ssh -t -t -l user 172.20.20.20 <<EOF pid=$(ps -ef | grep [a]pp-management | awk '{print $2}') && kill -9 $pid && ...
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How do I store long hostnames list for SSH quick usage?

I have an SSH access to a lot of servers. And all that hostnames (and sometimes usernames) are long and hard to remember. Also even if I tweak my Terminal to keep eternal bash history, the using of ...
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SSH to a host and enter password with shell script [duplicate]

I want to create a file like this : sshTOhost : #!bin/bash ssh -D 1500 user@host #enter password (I don't know how) can any one help me?
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Wrong root shell in /etc/passwd

I wanted to change the standard shell for my root user to bash but I got the path wrong. i typed /bin/bash instead of /opt/bin/bash. Now my /etc/passwd looks like this: ...
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3answers
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Why do I get error “Could not chdir to home directory”

I work in support, and occasionally I'm given shell access to a remote Linux system. I frequently find that when the admin gives me remote access, that I get the following output upon login. ...
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533 views

How to terminate a hung process in SSH?

I have a SSH session with a VM running on Amazon AWS. One of the programs I had run hung up and froze the SSH terminal. So I hit Enter+~+. Now when I am trying to connect to my machine it says ...
4
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1answer
750 views

SSH: “Permission denied” after changing user shell

I have an SSH server running on my Raspberry PI with ALARM (up to date). My user "gitroot" is meant to use the git-shell. However, when i set /usr/bin/git-shell as shell for gitroot in /etc/passwd, i ...
2
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3answers
972 views

How to run a script after connected with ssh

I've heard multiple answers of rights and wrongs and I still don't know if its possible. I ssh to a server then want to run a block of script. while read server <&3; do #read server names ...
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1answer
86 views

ssh key authentication not working from network/if-up.d/ scripts

I have two nearly identical scripts in network/if-up that need to access SSH keys. Permissions on SSH private keys are 600, so how can my scripts access these keys? I would prefer to keep the SSH ...
2
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2answers
700 views

How to download the latest file in a folder using a scp?

I'd like to run an scp transfer to download the latest (newest) file in a certain directory to my local directory. Something like this: source: root@rimmer.sk:/home/rimmer/backups/ destination: ...
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3answers
4k views

change shell in Solaris/SunOS for your user only wihtout access to /etc/passwd

How do I set the shell in Solaris/SunOS for my user only, without access to /etc/passwd or any other su stuff? It should thereafter work both for interactive ssh (1) and ssh when you send commands ...
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Why does `cd` command not work via SSH?

I was trying to backup some files via SSH but instead of tar'ing the ones I wanted I got my home folder. I did some further testing and it boils down to this: ssh root@server /bin/sh -c "cd /boot ...
2
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3answers
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Why do 'ssh host echo $PATH' and printing the $PATH after ssh'ing into the machine give different results?

On a particular host, when I ssh into the machine and enter echo $PATH I get /home/wxy/bin64:/home/wxy/bin:/usr/kerberos/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin and if I ...
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Shell hangs when doing command from ssh

I'm trying to automate a server update process. What this should do is check for git diff files and list them, to later be copied from one place to the other. Here's my script on my local machine: ...
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2answers
307 views

Different “history” command output after reconnecting via SSH

Why do I get different results for the "history" command for the same user after I reconnect a disconnected SSH session? I connect to a server using putty (SSH), say as root My network gets ...
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3answers
257 views

Log in with specific shell at terminal login

If I log in to a system over ssh, I can use the default shell with a simple ssh user@host, or specify something like ssh user@host 'bash --norc --noprofile' or ssh user@host ksh. Is it possible to ...