SSH (Secure SHell) is a protocol for running commands on a remote computer.

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SFTP connect through an other server

I want to connect to my account in a server of my university. When I’m there I only have to do ssh user@FinalServer/home/user or create a folder using sftp://user@FinalServer/home/user But the ...
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unknown command “vftovp” in linux command history [ Is my linux box compromised? ]

I have Slackware linux system configured with ssh remote access. While observing the command history, I discovered that there is one unknown command executed from my linux box "vftovp". I certainly ...
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A consistent and safe approach to passwordless accounts with SSH

I must admit that I like servers without passwords in some cases. A typical server is vulnerable to anyone who has physical access to it. So in some cases it is practical to lock it physically and ...
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SSH Tunneling does it multiplex?

I'm writing an application which will be doing something similar to SSH tunnelling (port forwarding and reverse port forwarding). However, SSH will not be involved at all, hence why I'm not using any ...
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rsync without prompt for password

I need to execute rsync, without it prompting me for password. I've seen in rsync manpage that it doesn't allow specifying the password as command line argument. But I noticed that it allows ...
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Lazy mount of remote filesystem (with sshfs)

I have a remote computer, and I mount its filesystem with sshfs to my local folder ~/user@host, like that: sshfs user@host: ~/user@host Works nice, but I want to implement "lazy" mount: i.e. I ...
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Remotely control an xorg session [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Open a window on a remote X display (why “Cannot open display”)? I have a computer running debian, connected to my TV, running an xorg session. What I want ...
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ssh tunnelling explanation

I have a question regarding ssh tunneling. I've read this article http://www.popcornfarmer.com/2009/01/ssh-tunneling-tutorial/ I would like to make X forwarding work and run some X applications ...
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scp command fails executing cp

I am trying to use scp command to copy the r0.res file from local machine to a remote machine. I entered the following command: scp -v /etc/drbd.d/r0.res root@192.168.1.104 and I obtain this error: ...
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bash ssh warning when connect to raspberry: setlocale: LC_ALL: cannot change locale (en_US.UTF-8) [duplicate]

I tried for example this to solve my problem and this too. My problem is that when I try to connect to my Raspberry pi2, I got the following messages: Linux raspberrypi 3.18.7-v7+ #755 SMP PREEMPT ...
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DROP all for port 22 if not geoip set of US for iptables and xtables

I want to simply block all ssh access from anywhere but with in the US. This is my whole iptables, and I have followed ...
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Is there a technical reason why ssh-agent lacks a sudo-like inactivity/idle timeout feature?

There are some brief discussions about the existing ssh-agent -t feature at [1], and there was a post as far back as 2001 on debian-devel [2] wishing for an inactivity timeout feature. There's a ...
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Debian autossh boot script not working properly

I wrote the start script at the bottom of this question to try to get one of my devices to automatically create several remote forwarded ports with my VPS upon boot. (I've stripped the LSB tags to ...
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Fast drop-in replacement for ssh -x

I'm looking for something to provide faster X11 fowarding than ssh -X provides. I do not need a full GUI session or the ability to drop/resume user sessions. I use NX regularly, but as far as I can ...
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Avoid “Shared connection to <host> closed” messages

I'm managing a lot of drupal sites, and trying to automate some stuff using drush. Drush run locally calls drush on the remote host via ssh using options specified in the config for the site alias. ...
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ssh connects to wrong server

I changed the ip address of an ubuntu server in DNS before 10.x.x.111 after 10.x.x.222 I've flushed the dns cache, and yet when I try and ssh into the machine, ssh still tries to connect to ...
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Implementing TLS 1.2 when I SSH into a box as a measure against POODLE

Is it possible to edit sshd_config or ssh_config, such that the SSH connection into a machine configured to use TLS1.2 is successful and rejects connections configured to use TLS1.1 and below, as well ...
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SCP stopped working: Permission denied, please try again

I was using scp to transfer files from server A to B (both CentOS with WHM and their usernames are equal). nohup scp -rpC xaa2 username@serverIPB:xaa2 I did it many times and then, suddenly, it ...
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Transfer files using scp: permission denied

I try to transfer files from remote computer using ssh to my computer : scp My_file.txt user_id@server:/Home This should put My_file.txt in the home folder on my own computer, right? I get ...
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How to enable systemd user sessions for remote logins on CentOS 7?

I am trying to enable systemd user sessions on my CentOS 7 server. All the pieces seem to be there, and I have also run loginctl enable-linger <user>, but I don't have a systemd user session (or ...
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How to read bash config when working with SSH remote sessions [duplicate]

I have a Node.js app which I want to deploy on my VM machine. Before starting the app, I want to set few commands which should be read before the app is started. I placed those commands inside ...
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How to retrieve IP addresses of possible ssh attackers?

I've just cat /var/log/auth.log log and see, that there are many | grep "Failed password for" records. However, there are two possible record types - for valid / invalid user. It complicates my ...
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With SSH X11 forwarding (`ssh -X`), get `Can't open display` trying to run X applications

I'm able to login to sever using ssh -X Hostip but when i run the command xclock it give me this error Error: Can't open display: localhost:11.0 I check my Display value using echo $DISPLAY ...
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Unable to ping/SSH web-facing server

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 LTS onto a box that's set up with one local NIC and one web-facing NIC. The web-facing NIC is configured with a static IP per my ISP. Because networking and security ...
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How to mount automatically sshfs when RSA authentication is not an option?

I would like to mount a file system on a remote machine automatically at each Linux startup. However I always need to use password authentication because I cannot use ssh-copy-id. How do I make this ...
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Can I manually check if a string complies with password rules?

I'm using an ssh script to change passwords on multiple servers as root. I would like to be able to force password rules when I'm doing this. Is there a way for me to check if the password string ...
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Can't do an SCP pull despite SSH working fine

I have setup key authentication between two servers and I can ssh in without a key, for example: ssh backup@hostname this works fine and logs me in. But when I try an SCP to pull a file, I get no ...
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How to ssh and execute a remote script within a local shell script?

I have a shell script which will kick off a series of jobs on a remote server. I can ssh into this server (but it does require a password!) and run the scripts manually, but there are certain steps ...
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exit out of all SSH connections in one command and close PuTTY

Is there a way to back out of all SSH connections and close PuTTY in "one shot"? I work in Windows 7 and use PuTTY to SSH to various Linux hosts. An example of the way I find myself working: SSH to ...
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Xmove is unable to connect to X11 server via SSH X forwarding

I have a LAN where a windows machine running Cygwin (XWin server) is used to connect to a Linux host via SSH with trusted X forwarding. I connect with $ ssh -Y user@linuxhost without any issues and ...
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Persistent SSH port forward without public keys

Problem I haven't found a solution to run an SSH port forward in a reliable and persistent fashion, when the server you are connecting to does not support public-key authentication. Question What ...
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Mounting nfs4 partition over ssh tunel

I am following this manual on how to mount an nfs port over an ssh tunnel: https://blogs.oracle.com/shepler/entry/tunneling_nfs_traffic_via_ssh I need this because I want to mount an nfs partition ...
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Linux Create user with specials login options

Hello i need create some users with special privilegies that will be: A user that can only login with ssh, no local, it can do anything in pc search, find, etc like a normal user but only with ssh. ...
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OS X USB installer utilities, cannot ssh any host

I booted my mac from a OS X USB key installer. I cannot boot it from the internal HD because OS is damaged. I want to copy some files from my Mac to another computer with scp. The problem is that ...
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Directx application using wine over ssh -x

I'm trying to run a Windows app (Artemis video game - server mode) on my archlinux server. As it is an windows application I have to run it using Wine. As I'd like to be able to launch the server ...
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Firefox in Docker, failed in isolation

While experimenting with docker, I realized I can run a browser in a container for improved security. I managed to start with a clean Docker Fedora, in which I installed the openssh-daemon package. ...
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Set MasSessions to SSH does not take effect

I got a server with enabled ssh. To prevent attacks and to fit to my needs, I just need one connection at the same time to my server. So, I tried to set MaxSessions paramater to 1 in ...
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Transferring Files SSH SCP Error Message: 'Stdin: is not a tty'

I am using a Macbook SSH terminal and generated RSA key pairs and uploaded remote id_rsa.pub with approved permissions. I can connect with remote Apache web server. I can create, open, move, modify ...
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How do I prevent just 'exit' from being saved when I close an SSH connection?

When searching for a way to do this on Google, all I can find are ways to quit the session without saving history (like kill -9 $$), but I have the opposite problem. I want to save all of my history, ...
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SSH Session Hangs - Custom Way of Checking It

So, the hanging of the session is not the issue by itself - I am aware of it, I know its root cause. I am interested in a rather custom solution for checking if the session hangs. I am inspired by ...
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Shell script for ssh into a Unix/Linux server from MacOS X 10.10

I am attempting to ssh into a server by using a bash script from MacOSX. #!/bin/bash spawn ssh username@gatewayserver expect "password" send "Mypassword\r" interact spawn ssh ...
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SSH server listening on multiple ports with passwordless access not allowing connections to second port

I have my Synology NAS running an SSH server listening on the default port 22 and I set up passwordless authentication with a public/private key and a passphrase: From sshd_config: ...
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SSH public key won't send to server

I've been struggling with this for a couple hours so any help is greatly appreciated... I have 2x servers both of which I can ssh to with public keys from OSX, no issues at all there so I'm certain ...
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Arch Linux openSSH frequently drops connection

I'm running a VM using Oracle's VirtualBox. The OS is the latest version of Arch, 64-bit. For some odd reason, every so often (frequently enough to be very annoying and making it almost impossible ...
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Is it able to redirect content of remote host clipboard to local clipboard?

When I doing :%y+ in a vim session on the remote host, I actually saved the content into remote host clipboard, right? Is there a way that I can redirect such content of :%y+ from remote host ...
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Keep program running after logging out SSH -X, and reopening it later [duplicate]

I need to login to my school computer where I am running an experiment. I am logging via SSH -X since it uses a custom made GUI application. I want to be able open the program, make it start ...
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annoying message “X11 connection rejected because of wrong authentication” while there is no problem at all

I'm having an annoying problem. When I'm logged in to a specific host via SSH, the message X11 connection rejected because of wrong authentication. occurs three times seemingly random about once ...
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How do I disable graphical password prompt from SSH?

Sometimes SSH pops up a GUI password (or host authentity) input window, which interacts poorly with Awesome window manager, prevents copy&paste of the password and is generally unnecessary for me. ...
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Detecting if ssh login fails

I have this line to run in a script, the issue is that I have to run the script over several hosts ( and it includes windows servers) and I don't know how to catch the error if the ssh receives ...
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ssh inside a script with 'command' instead of “command”

I am trying to run commands on various nodes of our cluster automatically via a simples script. I have seen that I can run: #!/bin/bash echo "Machine: "$HOSTNAME; ssh machine2 'echo Machine: ...