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

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Temporarily controlling a shell

On my office computer (running Scientific Linux 6.3) I have several windows running some processes in separate terminal emulators (/dev/pts/). I often connect to my office computer with iSSH from my ...
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How to backup debian system?

I have VPS hosting with debian operating system. I would like to backup whole system time by time. Here is a lot of questions how to backup OS on local machine, but it's not what I need. I have just ...
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Clipboard over SSH session through VIM

I have a server running SSH, when I edit a file with vim on the remote server, :y+ doesn't work since the VIM binary on that linux system wasn't compiled with X support. (E488: Trailing characters) ...
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Remote shell script Enter passphrase for

How can I run a script to log into a remote server and execute a remote ssh command without entering in my passphrase? For example: When I log onto a remote server and execute the git pull command I ...
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I can ssh into a remote machine but I can't use scp to copy local stuff to the remote machine

I'm using a remote machine, which is in a lab and the administrator ask a RSA public key and then I can login into that machine using a passphrase I set now I want to use scp to copy local stuff to ...
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wait for autossh connection to complete

I'm trying to create a script that runs a few commands that take a long time to execute and require a constant connection, but autossh user@server wait $! #or wait ${!} commandA commandB doesn't ...
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Disable colours on terminal and SSH

My local Linux machine has coloured terminal output like this; When I SSH to a pfSense/BSD box it changes the colours like this; Even when I SSH from to a machine that doesn't have a coloured ...
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how to escape “\”in ssh-copy-id?

I'm connected to Ubuntu server that is a member of a corporate Active Directory domain via likewise-open. The users are in the form mydomain\myuser. I can connect to it via ssh, escaping the \ with ...
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SSH to two addresses, use the one that connects first

I have a home computer (let’s call it franklin because that’s what I call it) that I often ssh into from my work laptop. When I’m at home, I ssh to franklin.local, and when I’m at work or anywhere ...
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How to point to ssh folder with private keys to automatically choose one?

I would like to be able to use ssh user@host without the -i identity_rsa_or_else_private_key_file . Is there a place somewhere in ssh configs where I can point where are the private keys located ...
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How to append / extend zshell completions?

I am using zsh with oh-my-zsh. Unfortunately, oh-my-zsh does not use file ~/.ssh/config for hostname auto-completion (see Issue #1009, for instance). This could easily archived by the following code: ...
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keeping keys on an auxiliary removable drive

It seems that servers are only as secure as the machine that holds the keys and that in turn means the desktop/screensaver password is the line of defence for not only the desktop itself but any ...
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permission denied executing script over ssh

When a web page is loaded on server A i want it to run a script on server B. I can do this with a series of commands from server A by logging into server B and executing the script, but it needs to be ...
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caching a master passphrase on a linux server

I am trying to use keychain on debian latest stable with some difficulty. Searching online I could not find a solution, but thought perhaps a different approach or a different tool might be better in ...
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Client-server app for sending and monitoring asynchronous jobs

I am looking for a desktop app/IDE in which you can: Maintain a list of UNIX/Linux connections Be able to write a script locally in a local editor, not SCP files to the host or writing them on the ...
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Move files to mapped network folder

I was wanting to know the best or preferred way to move files from one computer to a networked hot folder. I have looked at mv and cd but all the references discuss using it locally. I would need to ...
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Host reachable via SSH from my desktop but not my laptop

I try to use ssh to log in to a remote host. This works for my Ubuntu desktop, however, it fails from my Fedora 14 laptop. The failure means after I type ssh username@host and pressed Enter, ...
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Copy over ssh and execute commands in one session [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Using an already established SSH channel Here is my sync script: ssh user@remote.host /etc/init.d/some_service stop scp user@remote.host:/var/some_service/events ...
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Bypass sshd AllowTCPFowarding=no by installing own forwarder?

In the man pages for sshd_config, for the AllowTCPForwarding option, it states: AllowTcpForwarding Specifies whether TCP forwarding is permitted. The default is “yes”. Note that disabling ...
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rsync server/daemon security

I have a NAS (Netgear Readynas NV+) at home and a linux (Arch) box at work that is always on. The linux box is already running an ssh server/daemon and the NAS is already running an rsync ...
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What's this SSH error about “incorrect RSA1 identifier” and “unspecified GSS failure”? [closed]

How can I fix this SSH problem? SSH debug errors When issuing ssh -vvv user@host the output includes the following debug messages: [...] debug3: Incorrect RSA1 identifier debug3: Could not load ...
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How to copy a folder from remote machine to my system using ssh or any other way

Hi I need to copy a folder of size 885 MB from a remote machine to my system using ssh and port no is 1500 What is the command I can use to accomplish this path of remote folder is ...
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Connect to SSH from outside LAN [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to connect two computers via internet with ssh? I'm in LAN running an SSH deamon on one of the Linux machines. I use it to connect from my PC. Now the problem is I ...
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Access a linux machine from a windows machine

I have two laptops, one is installed with Ubuntu 10.04, the other one is installed with Windows XP. The Ubuntu laptop is located in one place with internet connection while the windows laptop is in ...
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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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Setup ssh tunnelling to browse using the IP of a computer inside a private network

I think my question is much easier to understand looking at the draw below. The idea is that for some reasons (such like accessing the intranet of my company, or getting access to some web pages that ...
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monitor and watch multiple systems continuously

As part of my work and collaborations and universities I've attended, I have access to many machines, about 13 or so. These are all Linux machines and I could ssh using my key-pair. There are a bunch ...
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How to set up SSH on Ubuntu desktop and bind sub-domain to it for remote access outside network?

I am pretty to new to SSH and I have a question regarding access to my machine outside network. I have a Linux machine sitting in my apartment running almost all the time and connect to the network ...
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securing SSH and disabling direct root

In these instructions below what appears on my terminal is different so not sure what I should change. After port 22 mine says #AddressFamily any and further down for protocol it has longer line ...
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How to tell where recent ssh sessions originated from?

I know that sometimes when I login to systems they print out where the most recent ssh session originated from (usually an ip address or hostname). How can I lookup where some of the most recent ssh ...
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Printing a file from local computer using printer connected to remote server

On the remote server, I use lp command to print documents. I can connect to this server through SSH. How can I print a file directly from my local computer using that printer?
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'redirect' ssh path?

Instead of using... ssh://user@mysite.net:1234/mnt/thing/usr/prj I want to use ssh://user@mysite.net:1234/prj How would I do this? It would be good if users can't access /home, /var and such. I ...
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Recommended way to login to root?

After I found out hundreds of hacking attempts are made in a day I decided I want to disable logging in to root remotely via a password. But then I found I can't switch users in WinSCP so I can't ...
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Why am I not able to login directly using SSH

Suppose, the server address is abcd.com. On my local machine at my workplace, I have to login to that server, using ssh <my employeeid>@abcd.com Then, to login to user myname , I have to use ...
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Directory sync across SSHFS involving symlinks

I have 2 Ubuntu Linux boxes with similar directory structures, LX02 and LX04. When I ssh from a terminal on LX02 to LX04 and go to my main scripting directory, /root/sbin, I see a different set of ...
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Script to get file from SFTP and run it

We have 5 servers running our code: A, B , C, D and E. From a local machine, we sftp the file to A. Then ssh id@A su - applicationname sftp id@A get <file> bye tar -xzf <file> logout ...
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Remote SSH login not working

I have a PC behind a router with port forwarding setup Port 22 for SSH which works perfectly - I can login and everything. What I am trying to do is let this PC connect to a VPN and only allow ...
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How to associate only one public key with a restricted shell like scponly?

I'd like to use a passwordless key to perform e.g. unison synchronization while being able to SSH into the server only with a password-protected key. The usual way of using scponly is changig the ...
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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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How to stop a infinite running process (ztail) started by a ssh session after that session is closed

I have a peculiar problem. My server supports multiple ssh session simultaneously, so that multiple admins can manage (via command line interface) it simultaneously. We have a command which calls ...
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How do I SSH into my Samba file server?

So I made a dedicated Samba file server on my Debian(3.2) machine. I have had great success accessing it from both Windows and Unix. I can SSH into it on the local network. When I try to SSH into it ...
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How to attach to remote machine's local display session over ssh?

Scenario: Linux mint is running on a machine at my home. I have some gui applications open on it. I'm away from home but want to get at the open applications. I have cygwin/x and I know how to ssh ...
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is it secure /not dangerous to ssh with keys through public transparent proxy?

I use pub key for ssh. Is it normal practice to connect to own server through public proxy? I think with plain pass it is surely dangerous but how about RSA keys?
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public key authentification doesn't pass, why?

I'm trying to connect to Server with ssh and id_rsa key. That key is only key in authorized_keys (just added with ssh-copy-id) When i do connect, server ask doesnt end with keys but always ask for ...
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Quotes exercise - how to do ssh inside ssh whilst running sql inside second ssh? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Quoting in ssh $host $FOO and ssh $host “sudo su user -c $FOO” type constructs Wrapping a command that includes single and double quotes for another command I want to ...
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Why does SSH not consult /etc/hosts?

I'm administrating a networked environment where the users authenticate over NIS. All machines can be used to SSH into the server but one. On the machine in question, I get the message ssh: connect ...
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Can mouse wheel scrolling work in a /usr/bin/screen session?

Is there any way to use the mouse wheel to scroll through the output of a screen session? I can use the keypad scroll through previous output in screen after pressing ctrl+a [. Is it possible to do ...
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Enabling system management privileges for non-local users - How the heck does `polkit` work, anyways?

I am managing a CentOS 6.2 server remotely using X over SSH (actually NX, but that's just a proxy). The Everything is working correctly, except when I try to do tasks that would normally require ...
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SOCKS proxy without ssh command

Currently I create a ssh tunnel using: ssh user@server -D 1234 to use SOCKS proxy. How do I configure server so I can directly connect to socks server? I want to set firefox socks host to server ip ...
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How does X11 forwarding work?

How does X11 forwarding work? I am interested in knowing whether the processing to render graphics is done at the end of the host running the application or the host displaying the graphical ...