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

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Launching app over SSH with DISPLAY when user not logged in

After searching and searching without any luck I'm hoping someone here can enlighten me. I have a PC (Ubuntu with encrypted home dir). I wake this PC up from a shell script on my phone, the PC shows ...
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Share X11 with remote server where X11 are not installed

I need a GUI on a remote server to which I have an ssh connection. Is it possible to share my X11 window system with it given that there's no X11 installed on the server?
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How to configure pfsense to NAT servers?

How can I configure pfsense so it will NAT servers so they can be accessed outside of the company? I tried to play around with the NAT settings, but didn't get anywhere. I want to be able to access ...
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How can I get the GNU screen command to automatically start with every BusyBox ash session?

On an embedded device with BusyBox installed I want to set it up so that the gnu screen command is automatically started when any BusyBox session is started. I have seen that I can add the screen ...
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Launch X11vnc server on Ubuntu remote desktop through SSH

I have a Windows computer and I am currently connected to a Ubuntu 12.04 system through SSH using CRT on my Windows computer. I would like to know the commands that I need to run from my SSH session ...
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Avoiding duplicate entries in ~/.ssh/known_hosts

I have my DNS search path set to ".intranet", ie, /etc/resolv.conf contains: search intranet When I SSH to a host using a FQDN, like "mailserver.intranet", it adds an entry for ...
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Interesting Secure Copy Behavior

I'm not entirely sure where to ask this question, so if this is not the right place just let me know and I'll move it. Today I was trying to using recursive scp to copy a directory between two Linux ...
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Server does not accept public key for ssh login without password [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why am I still getting a password prompt with ssh with public key authentication? I have ssh access to two sever. One old one and one new one. For the old one I use the ...
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Check if SSH is enabled or Disabled in Solaris 11

How can I check to see if SSH is enabled on Solaris 11? I have tried typing ssh in the terminal, and it came back with a list of options, which none of them made sense to me. All I want to know is if ...
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Limited SSH user on Ubuntu 12

I'm running Minecraft on a server. How can I give my friend SSH access just to the minecraft folder (a root folder), the screen command, and some ports?
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ssh input from text file

These two question is driving me crazy and I don't have good expertise of ssh. (but I suspect it is to do with redirection only) The questions are, You want to pass multiple lines of input from a ...
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Undo `mv` command? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Moved bin and other folders! How to get them back? Hi I'm in desperate need of help. I'm quite new to linux so please bear with my stupidity! I entered the following ...
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from a sparse file to a block device over the network

If I have a sparse file representing a block device, then how can I efficiently restore the file over a network? Ideally, I'd use rsync -S host:file /dev/sdb, but rsync won't write to block devices. ...
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Start network service at boot time on CentOS

I've recently reinstalled CentOS onto a computer of mine. I have OpenSSH Server on it now, as did I before I reinstalled the operating system. Here's the difference: Before, SSH started without even ...
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Is it safe to use /bin/cat as shell for a restricted user?

I need to remontely log on to few peoples machines to do maintanance tasks, but sometimes the machines can be behind firewalls or NAT's. The way I have been doing it is to give the user advice on how ...
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Initiate server script from laptop

I have a server that i can ssh into from my laptop. I want to be able to run a script on my laptop that sends a signal to the server which makes the server initiate a given script there. How do I do ...
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password problem when feeding a remote file into diff

When I want to compare a local file with a remote file, any of these usually works: $ ssh remote cat file | diff file - $ diff file <(ssh remote cat file) However, sometimes (especially when the ...
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GNOME-Terminal: Create new terminal tab on remote machine

Is there a way to open a new terminal tab in GNOME-Terminal when working on a remote machine that is connected via ssh?
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TCP forwarding over SSH using non-root account

I've setup TCP forwarding over SSH using the following command: ssh -N -L 1234:10.0.2.2:1234 root@10.0.2.1 This works no problem. So I decided to create a non-root account user1 on 10.0.2.1 to do ...
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How to Add rules to IP Filter (Firewall in SCO)

I need to add a rule (allow any to any port 22) to my firewall, so that I can ssh remotely into my machine. I have had a look in the SCO OSR600 Documentation and I cannot find anything in there that ...
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Automated ssh login with passphrase?

Logging onto a machine over ssh typically requires a password to be entered before access is granted. Alternatively, a key/certificate (without a passphrase) can be installed onto the remote machine ...
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complicated mpd/ssh setup howto?

I've recently acquired a raspberry pi and plan to use it as a home-computer and web/file-server. The setup I have a pretty big (3TB) HD hooked up to it that has all my music on it. I also have a ...
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How to properly run “top” command through SSH?

I have to run top command on one computer being on another. My targeted PC has IP 192.168.0.81 I was trying to do it: ssh 192.168.0.81 top But I got this result: top: tcgetattr() failed: Invalid ...
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Execute remote script with local parameter value

How can I automatize this task? 1) You are at A. 2) You ssh into B. 3) You run a script at B, that needs a parameter known at A. First, I thought perhaps I could send the value when I opened the ...
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Remote-Accesible Live-Distribution (aka Live CD)

I'm looking for a live distribution (Live CD or the likes) which comes - per default - with sshd running at startup. I want to check the components of my laptop whose graphics has died ...
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Send an email any time an SSH key is used

I have about 30 nearly-identical CentOS 6 servers that I need to be able to push out updated config files automatically using an rsa key to log in as root. Usually this will just be rsync, but ...
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SSH session pauses mid datastream; resumes with a keypress

I've had this problem occur at random, intermittently, across boxes at multiple companies, multiple distros, and multiple kernel revs. I think that I'm just cursed. What happens is that I'll have a ...
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remote execution via ssh doesn't follow links?

ssh server ls /var/lib/edumate/backup/weekly/*DBB* returns one file /var/lib/edumate/backup/weekly/DBB.0.db2inst1.NODE0000.CATN0000.20120610020013.001 but ssh server ls /data/backup/weekly/*DBB* ...
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Best Practices for SSH, tmux & GnuPG Agent

I'm attempting to consolidate my encryption software to GnuPG, and I'm running into a confusing problem. My primary unit is a headless server, and I exclusively work in tmux. There is no X session, ...
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SSH key-based authentication: known_hosts vs authorized_keys

I read about setting up ssh keys in Linux and have some questions. Correct me if I'm wrong… Let's say host tr-lgto wants to connect to host tr-mdm using ssh. If we want to be sure that it's the real ...
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Remote SSH user always gets “connection closed”

I've tried service sshd restart, I've added sshd:all:allow to my /etc/allow.hosts and the remote user tried rm ~/.ssh/known_hosts. I also checked the logs: cat /var/logs/secure | grep ssh and it says ...
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How do I escape a dot character for an rsync command? [closed]

I'm trying to do... ssh -av -e deploy@domain.com:/var/www/domain.com /Users/user/workspace/domain But it's outputting this (I presume because of the period character): OpenSSH_5.6p1, OpenSSL ...
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Giving SSH users read-only access to a directory

I'm running Fedora 17 and I want to give several users access to files on my secondary hard drives on /run/media/haukur/. This is what I initially did: chmod -R 755 /run/media/ But every time I ...
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How do I background an SSH session? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I break away from an SSH session that has crashed? I have started an SSH session on the command line, but now I want to get back to my local command line. For ...
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How can I set up SSH on Linux to log in password-less?

My Raspberry Pi is running the default Debian image and has SSH enabled. I log into my Pi as follows: ssh pi@<IP-address-of-my-Pi> I have to enter my password every time. Can I somehow make ...
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SSH + Sudo + Expect in Bash script: Run command with sudo in remote machine

I am trying to automate the deploy of some .deb packages with an script. I want to execute sudo dpkg -i $myDeb.deb in a list of remote machines I can access with ssh. I've tried to automate the ...
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Start SSH session in some other directory than their home directory and lock them there

I've set up a SSH server which I've let some friends log into, both via SSH and FileZilla. I put a symbolic link to two hard drives in their home directories so that they could access some files. This ...
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Is it possible to download extremely large files intelligently or in parts via SSH from Linux to Windows?

I have a ~35 GB file on a remote Linux Ubuntu server. Locally, I am running Windows XP, so I am connecting to the remote Linux server using SSH (specifically, I am using a Windows program called SSH ...
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Can't ssh anywhere [closed]

I've tried about 4 hosts, everyone gives me the same result with ssh -vvv OpenSSH_6.0p1, OpenSSL 1.0.1c 10 May 2012 debug1: Reading configuration data ~/.ssh/config debug1: ~/.ssh/config line 6: ...
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Is there a way to find the mac address of a remote machine I have connected to with ssh?

I have machine at the office which is shut off I was hoping to turn it on from home using wake on lan. Reading about this, I have realized that I need the MAC address of the machine. Is there a way to ...
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Can I use an SSH key generated on Linux from Putty?

I have been asked to generate a pair of SSH keys so that I can access a remote server for development. To generate the keys, I used the ssh-keygen tool on our CentOS box, which I successfully did. ...
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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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Detached screen on a remote host

I have a local script that runs a remote script via ssh. The local script is minecraft.php: ssh -o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -i {$this->pemkey} {$this->ssh_user} ...
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SSH connection freezes after bigger output when inactive for a while

I have a problem with an SSH session freezing after using it again when it was idle for a while. The problem is that the session doesn't freeze immediately, I can still use it. But as soon as a ...
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perform remote sqlite command

If this should be moved to the DBA exchange, I apologize. Feels more like linux than DB to me, so here goes: I've got some machines that run scheduled cron jobs every night and email me the output. ...
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How to ssh to a server using another server? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: ssh via multiple hosts For connecting to server B I have to first ssh to server A. What's the command line to access server B?
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How to edit file on remote machine with text editor?

I am on a Windows machine, and I am using NoMachine to connect to a development box. Unfortunately, the box runs on RHEL5, so lots of software is not supported. I want to use Sublime Text. Is there a ...
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SSH connection timeout

I'm periodically establishing short SSH connections to one of the local servers. I observe intermittent timeouts. After investigating the issue, I found that SSH timeouts happen when there is a lot of ...
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Prevent a unix account from being able to SSH [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Disable direct login for normal users (like oracle) in linux but allow scp and sftp? I want to prevent a unix account from being able to be SSH'ed with, but it should ...
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how to check if ssh works without connecting to server

I just want to check whether following code will work or not. It is like a validation su -oracle "ssh oracle@$MY_IP -o 'BatchMode=yes' -o 'ConnectionAttempts=1'" returnCode=$? echo "$returnCode" ...