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

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Ubuntu Server - Access webserver from other LAN computer, setting up SSH or FTP, closing ports?

I'm running Ubuntu 11.10 x64 Server, with apache2 installed. The setup is pretty much default configuration. I have a few questions about; DocumentRoot/Static IP/Connect from LAN/SSH or ...
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How to speed up X over SSH on a slow network connection?

Are there any specific recommendations on speeding up X applications over ssh on a slow network connection? In this specific case, I am accessing a server located in west coast from a laptop in east ...
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ssh “-f” don't give back hand in bash when listening to stdout/stderr

Please look at these: ## Does NOT return to the shell, but Ctrl-C can exit ssh -S none -fNR 13018:localhost:22 example.com | cat ## Returns to the shell (no "-S none") ssh -fNR ...
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How to avoid being asked passphrase each time I push to Bitbucket

I set up my ssh stuff with the help of this guide, and it used to work well (I could run hg push without being asked for a passphrase). What could have happened between then and now, considering that ...
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How can I send data to the STDIN of a background process?

I'm trying to: Launch several ssh sessions (processes) through a script (Python) Communicate with the sessions by sending them commands via STDIN (even though they aren't open in my current ...
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Autentification on SSH connection in OneLine [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Shell Script for logging into a ssh server I need to connect via SSH to a remote server, however I must do this with out interactive mode and with out use Public keys ...
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Why logs show a different ssh connection port # than the one specified?

My Ubuntu runs ssh on port 22. But my /var/log/auth.log says different port numbers when connections are made. And the port numbers are seemingly random: Connection from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx port 33692 ...
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Mounting Remote Filesystem over SSH as a Different User

Due to a breach of security, the administrators of the work server have implemented a new method of security. To log into the server, we must log in as our own user (which has severely limited ...
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How to check that ssh login was successful in a script?

I do run ssh server "svn info /path/to/codebase" from php. It works fine but I wan to know how to check if the ssh login was not successful. I want to check from my php script that ssh server is up ...
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Unable to connect to host via ssh

I have problem connecting to host via ssh. It prompts me this error : debianbox@debian:~$ssh cdcharles@hephaistos.rsr.lip6.fr ssh_exchange_identification : Connection closed by remote host The ...
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None of the dot-files is sourced when running bash via ssh, part II [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: dot file not sourced when running a command via ssh This is a continuation of prev. my question dot file not sourced when running a command via ssh (I could not add ...
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Can SSH passwords be sniffed out over Wi-Fi?

When you ssh, can the password you enter to connect, be intercepted if you're using untrusted public Wi-Fi (coffee shop, library, airport, etc).
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How can I run Yast with X and ssh?

I have an openSUSE machine which I log on to with ssh -X. I don't want to log in as root but I do want to run graphical Yast. Inside the ssh session sudo starts the console version of Yast. However, ...
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Why doesn't my new cygwin .bashrc interactive check work?

I just updated Cygwin and the new .bashrc contains this line right at the top: echo "BEFORE TEST" # If not running interactively, don't do anything [[ "$-" != *i* ]] && return echo "AFTER ...
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“Operation not supported” for setfacl inside a python script [closed]

I've programmed a script using python which logs in as root on the host machine and executes some commands. Therefore it uses ssh. I want to setup acl. If I do following commands in the command line, ...
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SSH connection does not work while browsers do

I have the following network layout: Internet comes true fiber optics to modem. From modem LAN cable goes to router. Since that router wifi signal is weak, a LAN cable goes to another router from ...
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passing passwords to a script

I want to scp a file to a remote host, and from there, run a command on the file, and exit the remote session. If I write a usual script, call scp and then ssh, I am prompted to enter two passwords. ...
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Fedora 16 ssh over the internet/home network help. Same computer ok

I first posted this on serverfault, but this forum seem to be more appropriate. http://serverfault.com/questions/345471/fedora-16-ssh-over-the-internet-home-network-help-same-computer-ok I think I ...
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Running a command on the remote host with interactive SSH (conditionally)

I would like to be able to automatically run a command on a remote host each time I log into that host, but within the current interactive SSH session. Something like ssh user@remotehost [run do.sh] ...
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Is there any way to get an HTML page rendered through Chrome/Chromium from a console?

Is there any way to get (into a file, for example) a rendered HTML page from Google Chrome/Chromium, but from a console. For example, SSHed into a machine that has Chrome/Chromium installed on ...
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How to setup port redirection after a ssh connection has been opened?

I'm using openssh on both client and server. I know I can run ssh -L or ssh -R to setup some port redirections over ssh. However, since they are command-line parameters, such redirections must be ...
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Running programs over ssh

I am planning to log in to my college PC using ssh and run some simulations. These simulations take very long time, so I would like the relevant process to run longer than the ssh session (I want to ...
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firefox process dies after ssh log out on remote machine

I need to run firefox on a remote host via ssh and keep process running even after ssh logout. I already have tried these ways: nohup firefox & screen disown -h But it seems these work only ...
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How can I convert a PEM key into a RSA key pair?

I was just sent a PEM key from a client as a means to access their Amazon EC2 instance. How do I convert this into something I could use with OpenSSH?
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ssh-agent error on ubuntu server 10.04 LTS

I have an Ubuntu Server 10.04 installation on Linode. I am trying to use ssh-agent to stop typing my passphrase everytime I need to push some changes to GitHub. I am using the script provided by ...
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SSH “sleeping” for a long time before connect? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to speed my too-slow ssh login? I have a very strange issue with my SSH server. Whenever I attempt to connect, it literally waits about 30 seconds to a minute before ...
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Running any kind of login script when sh is linked to bash

My problem: My web host offers ssh to their shared server. I want to set up a couple of aliases and such, so I'm trying to get a login script of any flavor to run. If my shell was plain bash, I would ...
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How do I know if my ssh tunnel is created successfully?

I rely on the following script tunnel.sh written by others to keep a ssh tunnel alive: #!/bin/bash export SSH_HOST=tim@server if [ ! -f /tmp/.tunnel ] then echo "Creat SSH tunnel" ssh -f -D 9999 ...
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Why SSH is asking for my private key password each time

Since yesterday, each time I try to connect to an ssh server, I got asked for my password. What should I do to make SSH not ask for my password each time.
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CentOS 5.5 SSH with Key for non ROOT user

I tried pretty much everything I could to make this work. I spent literally 6 hours on research and nothing helps to remove "Server refused our key" error. My username I tried to make is "Testuser" ...
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How can I access my work computer via SSH (Teamviewer works)?

I have a Ubuntu 11.10 system both at home and at work. I would like to connect to my work computer via SSH but it is inaccessible (even ping does not work). Teamviewer however does work, and I ...
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ssh tunnel on ssh tunnel between Windows and two Linux machines

I have the following configuration and want to establish a tunnel on a tunnel. I read already the following topic: How to put a tunnel in a tunnel? My configuration: Notebook --> Linux Server A ...
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Giving some users only SSH and shell access with limited resource usage

I'm trying to make a user that can access my server through SSH and allow it to have a shell, limited to using only, say screen and irssi. And it shouldn't it be able to see other directories except ...
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Keep running a script via ssh

ssh can use to run remote commands. ssh me@server.com 'long-script.sh' I run a long script that will take a lot of time, but I want to close my computer and keep running the script in the remote ...
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Why do I get an “rsync: failed to set times on … : Operation not permitted (1)” error on Ubuntu 10.10 with SME Server 7.4? [duplicate]

I am trying to cron an rsync via ssh between two fileservers that are running SME Server 7.4 and Ubuntu 10.10, respectively. The first rsync worked just fine (for reasons that I do not know), but now, ...
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How to detect when a shell is owned by a remote SSH session?

My question is similar to this one, but I'm looking for something slightly different. I have a notebook PC that I use to access Linux machines on a network in two different scenarios: I have a ...
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Creating SSH Terminal Wrapper

I'm new to scripting, but somewhat familiar with Linux. I am actually using this on a Fedora16 build, with Gnome3 and gnome-terminal... fyi. I flip through all sorts of ssh terminals all day long ...
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Sharing private keys across machines

Say I have local access to two machines A and B and remote access to machine C. If I generate a public-private pair of keys for accessing machine C from A, can I share the private key with machine B ...
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How to start plasma-desktop from SSH-console on desktop session?

I killed KDE's plasma-desktop on a openSUSE 11.2 machine, because it was eating too much CPU. How can I restart it via SSH or another tty session? On the affected computer there is only shown a ...
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SSH HTTP Tunnelling

I am trying to set up an SSH account on my server for someone, and I only want to give them access to tunneling internet traffic. I set their user's "shell" to /bin/true, so now when they SSH (and ...
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Is an SSH connection faster if I lower the RSA key size?

I have a very slow connection, and I need to use SSH on it. How can I increase "the speed"? I mean is using big RSA keypairs a large overhead? Would lowering the key size increase the effective ...
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What causes delay in my keystrokes on OSX's Terminal application?

I'm using the OSX application Terminal to work remotely on Amazon EC2 servers through SSH. Occasionally and seemingly randomly, my keystrokes are delayed. I've tried reconnecting, restarting ...
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Execute command through SSH

I am writing a script to check whether all the servers in my organization are functioning properly. One of those is Zimbra mail server. I am trying to send a mail through sendmail provided by zimbra ...
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Accidently created a file called -X, how can I delete it? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I delete a file whose name begins with “-” (hyphen a.k.a. dash or minus)? Like an idiot, I ran this command: tar -cf -X awstats-icon icon ...
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How to put a tunnel in a tunnel?

I know I can create an ssh tunnel and then tell a program (with tsocks) to use it for networking. But. How can I put an ssh tunnel in an ssh tunnel? I mean I can't again use the tsocks in tsocks ...
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Cannot Connect Using SSH: UseDNS terminating

When I attempt to login via ssh like so ssh marc_mtpt0@m3pt0.com I get this response: /etc/ssh_config: line 51: Bad configuration option: UseDNS /etc/ssh_config: terminating, 1 bad configuration ...
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UFW Limit does not appear to work

I have my ssh port changed to XXX. Then I did ufw limit XXX/tcp However, when I try to login, after 5/6 failed attempts I get thrown back to prompt, but I can try again. Is that supposed to be the ...
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Good practice to use same SSH keypair on multiple machines?

I recently got a new laptop for work, and I was wondering whether it'd be good practice to keep using the same RSA keypair as I'm using on my old work laptop. I'd really like to not have to create ...
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Is there any way to get control over a terminal by ssh with no (screen) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I disown it a running process and associate it to a new screen shell? Let's say I'm install applications directly on to a Linux box. May I go to another machine ...
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ssh + nohup does not work

I'm trying to run a program over SSH that keeps running when I disconnect. This Stack Overflow answer gave me the following command: nohup sleep 30 > foo.out 2> foo.err < /dev/null & ...