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

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SSH password requested when in Tmux

When I connect to my remote machine I do authenticate using a rsa key (I think is rsa, don't remember). If I do ssh from a regular shell I get logged on the machine without a password. However if I ...
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Unable to get last connection info for SSH users (locked, no shell, public key) is there an alternative?

I have several remote systems connecting to my server via SSH to establish tunnels. They authenticate using a public key, their user is locked and their shell is set to /usr/sbin/nologin It all ...
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Using something like scp but when I've logged in already [duplicate]

I want to copy a file via ssh when I've logged in. What scp does is that it copies the files by login, password, path. What I want is to be able to do the same thing when I'm "inside", ideally without ...
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SFTP/SCP only and chroot [duplicate]

We have a SFTP Server and a bunch of users. The users share files over the SFTP Server with us (not the best solution, I know). Every user is chrooted into a different directory to prevent them from ...
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What default shell to use for an SSH user limited to a single command

When limiting a user to a single command via ssh, what default shell should be used for the user? This is a follow up to how can shellshock be exploited over SSH? I have a machine that is running an ...
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Streaming Qt over ssh

I am trying to stream a program over ssh and it doesn't work. It is written in qml and I've already compiled it, but qmlscene doesn't work either (doesn't matter what file). The error I'm getting is ...
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How does ssh prompt for a password when all input and output is redirected?

I don’t actually need to run the command below, and I am aware of ssh keys if I did want to log in without typing a password. I would just like to know how ssh seems to circumvent my file redirection. ...
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SSH login attempts

The log on my server is full of entries like these: input_userauth_request: invalid user dennis [preauth] Received disconnect from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx: 11: Bye Bye [preauth] Invalid user park from ...
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ssh connection closed, after prompting password

I'm using a debian based distro for Raspberry Pi (Raspbian). Sometimes I cannot ssh to my Pi. A reboot solve the issue, but I don't always have physical access to the Pi. here's what happens: ...
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Lightweight SSH-only distro (< 128 MiB RAM) [closed]

I am looking to set up an SSH entry point into my network via a lightweight Linux or BSD setup. The purpose of the distro will be to allow SSH access into the rest of the internal network—that's it. ...
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How to stop background processes started with screen

This question might have been asked before but I don't see it. I use screen ssh to remotely start processes that take multiple days. I ssh in, start multiple processes in the background, and detach ...
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How to connect to another machine over SSH?

Is it possible, by simply issuing: ssh user@ip_number:port and providing a password? Or does something have to be installed, or not blocked? I am referring to two machines over the Internet.
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installing fail2ban on CentOS 7

I am using @GarethTheRed 's answer to this question to install fail2ban on a remote CentOS 7 server. I am able to complete all the steps up until tail -f /var/log/fail2ban.log, at which point I get ...
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SSH command with file redirect not working

I want the following command's result to redirect into a file on the remote server, as I want only unique lines in my authorized_keys file: ssh root@10.100.10.26 awk '!seen[$0]++' ...
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Download n Upload files via telnet session

I have an attendance Device with Linux OS installed. I am able to connect that device via telnet session. There are some files in the device which I need to download and upload with new files. How can ...
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SSH client connection not working to remote servers not working

I am unable to connect to other machines from one of my servers. Here is the verbose output (IP, domain, port are masked. OpenSSH version info removed): $ ssh -vvv user@example.com -p yyyy debug1: ...
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How to refresh chromium (F5) from shell script in debian (alternative of xdotool)

I need some help finding an alternative to xdotool. I am using a Raspberry Pi to refresh a webpage regularly using chromium. For this, I use a shell script: xdotool search --name chromium key ...
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List connected via SSH users [duplicate]

I checked this answer and this option - it is good, but it requires sudo rights. I need that this command may be performed by any user, for this reason I am using next command ps -ef | grep sshd: | ...
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Dynamic ~/.ssh/config

I'd like make my ~/.ssh/config file dynamically generated by a shell script (or anything else that prints to STDOUT). Is there a UNIX trick to make reading a file result in executing a command & ...
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SSH connection gets lost, but not when logged in to MySQL

When I open an SSH connection to our database server and leave it open for a longer time, the connection gets lost at some point. I don't know why or how, but this happens a lot. I still see the ...
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SSH Tunneling Through a Firewall to a Cluster

I work at a university but I often work remotely. There is a cluster computer at the university that I need to be able to interact with, but its behind a firewall. Let's call the firewall F and the ...
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“Shell connection” item disappeared from Midnight Commander menu

I have performed an upgrade of my distro (openSUSE 13.1 -> 13.2) and now no long see menu item in Midnight Commander that allows me to perform operations with remote files via SSH. Coressponding menu ...
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sshd resets connections on different port

I want to run SSHd on my raspberry device on two ports. I've added Port 22 Port 5500 to /etc/ssh/sshd_config, and ran /etc/init.d/ssh restart. Problem is, that connection on port 5500 is always ...
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SSH for user without a login password

I have created a user without a password $getent passwd logcoll logcoll:x:998:999:Log Collector,,,:/var/backups/logcoll:/bin/sh This user has no password, and this machine requires users to login ...
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Automatic login via ssh (no GUI environment installed / no ssh-agent available)?

I have three systems, and I want to have them doing backups between them periodically. The two of them, have Debian Wheezy installed and the other one has Ubuntu 12.04 installed. Only the Ubuntu has a ...
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Network communication between two nodes in a Hadoop cluster

I am running a 7 node hadoop cluster with each box running Ubuntu 12.04. It is running CDH4 setup using Cloudera Manager. It was already setup and running when I came in but now I'm running into a ...
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nohup, screen and tmux not working when closing connection on yocto linux (intel edison)

I have an Intel Edison with Yocto Linux and standard configurations. It had nohup pre-installed and I managed to install both screen and tmux (by compiling them from sources). Now, I would like to run ...
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Is there a way to specify the list of private keys to add to ssh-agent?

After a few hours of digging, I finally found out why my computer stopped asking me for my key(s) using gnome ssh-askpass. It was very simple, but took me forever to figure out because... well... most ...
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Pinpoint strange text at initiation of SSH session

On my OpenSUSE 13.1 (Gnome 3) system, whenever I start a SSH session, somewhere in the initialization, the terminal outputs some strange lines. Last login: Sat Nov 29 00:00:00 2014 from [HOSTNAME] ...
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How to troubleshoot: “X11 connection uses different authentication protocol.”

I start an ssh session with localbox % ssh -vvv -Y remotebox 2>debug_ssh_log ...which succeeds. Then I try to run xlogo on remotebox, but the command fails immediately, and the following lines ...
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GLX extension missing on display “localhost:10.0”

I have installed scilab 5.5.1 on rocks based cluster(with GPU card & nvidia driver installed), and i am able to successfully use scilab on the same . Issue arises when i need to use scilab from a ...
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restricting remote vpn login to ip address in CentOS 7

I have read that OpenSSH itself does not support authentication via specific IP address. In a CentOS 7 installation on a web server, how would one configure the login so that a user would not only ...
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Unable to allow SSH access for new user [closed]

I currently have an issue, what I am trying to do is disable the root login and use ssh to login as a new user, then su to root when needed. I am unable to actually allow the user to login through ...
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Fake IP addresses generator

I have an application running on a server that adds a new iptable rule blocking every IP address trying to connect via SSH with a wrong password. Now, I'd like to perform a stress test where many ...
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How to create a script to run several scripts on different servers

I need to automate the execution of several scripts, and I'm writing a script. The scripts have to run concurrently because they are part of a benchmarking suite. I'm trying to execute 6 different ...
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Programatically / dynamically adjust SSH session port forwards

I have a workflow where I am trying to do the following: For a given existing SSH session, access the remote machinne and perform a process from which a port is returned (e.g. a remote daemon has ...
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Securely making an SSH connection from a public computer

Today, I had to remotely connect to my debian computer at home to fix an issue with a VPN server. I was using my iPhone with an SSH client to fix the issue, but I had a hard time due to the small ...
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Copy directory with SCP

I'm trying to copy directory from local drive to remote server with -r parameter, however I'm getting: scp: System error: 1633648 (Failed to retrieve error string (err:317)) This is the syntax I ...
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User Acces restrict to only one folder

I am trying to establsih SFTP User rights at a server to only one folder, following the guidelines here: ...
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Remotely use SSH key authentication (3

I have a VM using ubuntu 14.04. running on a windows. If I use the terminal on the VM desktop, I can connect to my servers without passwords using registered SSH Keys. When I connect to the VM from ...
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sound in firefox via ssh -X

I have a headless debian box with speakers. Suppose I'm at my laptop and I do $ ssh headless -X $ audacious then audacious' window pops up on my laptop's screen. If I open a file then it ...
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DISPLAY is not properly set in multi-hop ssh with X11 forwarding

I have a NAT machine on AWS which acts as my gateway to several other servers in a private subnet (where I ssh as root). Using xming and putty I am able to connect to the NAT machine and then run an X ...
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Key-based authentication from PyCharm / JSCH to OpenBSD fails

I am trying to configure PyCharm (java-based IDE) to connect via sftp to a new OpenBSD 5.6 machine with an almost-default setup. However, it keeps returning an error "Algorithm negotiation fails". I ...
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Updating a bunch of Macs via SSH. Could use some help

all. I'm working on a script that'll be running from our Mac server, and it will (hopefully) update all of our Macs via Munki (repo is on the same server) and the built-in softwareupdate command. ...
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Enable ssh root login

I have access to a CentOS server with a user that its not root but belongs to the sudoers list. I do not have the password of root, nor I can't find out what it is (policies of the people who gave me ...
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ssh with rsa key asks for password

I have a server with Ubuntu 14.04 x64 operation system. Part of my sshd_config file (entire file): Port 2202 Protocol 2 PermitRootLogin without-password StrictModes yes RSAAuthentication yes ...
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Fedora 20: irqbalance problems in logs, strange behavior

I'm seeing unexplained network behavior, such as sporadic inability to reach beyond the subnet, passwords rejected for no apparent reason, and SSH attempts constantly yielding that irksome ...
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ssh: remote port forwarding failed for listen port <privileged>, although root

ssh root@host -R 135:other:135 Warning: remote port forwarding failed for listen port 135 Why? I'm root, nobody's listening on that port, subsequent -L 135:... works: ssh root@host -R ...
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SSH tunneling fails with “administratively prohibited: open failed” [duplicate]

I am trying to connect to internet via a server in local network. I don't have permissions to change server configuration. I want to do a ssh tunnel to that server and via that using socks proxy, I ...
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Is there a reason for ssh and sftp being so unintegrated?

I am often working remotely with SSH and SFTP. The latter being basically a file copy protocol running over SSH, I am wondering whether there is a reason those two tools have not been integrated yet ...