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Why is my server intermittently refusing ssh connections?

Background I have an ssh and OwnCloud server. Frequently, my desktop's OwnCloud client disconnects. Attempting to ssh into my server results in Connection refused. I can ping the server, but cannot ...
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Can't use hostname for my linux machine

I installed apache on my RHEL machine yesterday and found I could access it from a browser using http://. Of course, sshing using the hostname was also working. So, I made an index.html file inside ...
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Passing SSH options to git-clone

I connect to my server using SSH: ssh user@server -p 2224 -zZ abcd I also have a git repository on my server. The only way I know to clone is: git clone ssh://user@server.com:2224/path/to/repo ...
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How to bring back SSH session that was started with the -f option (run in background)

I'm pretty lost on this. From the man page: -f Requests ssh to go to background just before command execution. After starting SSH with the -f option, I have a working tunnel. But after I ...
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Why SSH takes a long time to Connect

I have noticed that some Linux Servers in Network takes long time to connect using ssh. Situations: There are two situations I have faced: On some servers some times it takes a long time to ask ...
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Centos 6.5 not able to login with public key and login is sloooooow

I set up a new system with CentOS 6.5. I copied my public key key with: ssh-copy-id root@192.168.1.202 It took 15+ seconds for the password prompt to show, but then it copied. However ssh to ...
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Help updating OpenSSH to v6.6

My system is vulnerable to OpenSSH Wildcards on AcceptEnv Vulnerability, CVE-2014-2532. I have tried to update openssh to version 6.6 for centos but I can not get repository[sic] for that version. ...
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Using X-Windows from Windows 8.1

I have a Linux box that I don't have physical access to, but I do have SSH access. I'd like to know is if there is something similar to SSH or Telnet that would allow me to use Gnome or KDE instead of ...
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How to copy with SCP between two servers using key auth?

I can log in via SSH using key authentication to SERVER1 and SERVER2. However, I can't copy files between the two servers. Why? How can I copy between them? (the data that I have to copy is bigger ...
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public key authentication without authorized_keys file

I have a lot of ssh public key logins on a Linux server, e.g.: Jul 25 11:41:01 host sshd[24594]: Accepted publickey for root from xxx.xxx.xx.xx port 33374 ssh2 This is strange for me since there's ...
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I am getting inconsistent replies when setting up passwordless SSH for an application

So I am setting up password-less ssh from 2, 2 server clusters that span between 2 data centers. I am finding that password-less ssh for the application user is very inconsistent. I seem to have a ...
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Why is the result of this for and while loop different? [duplicate]

I have a for loop: for host in $(cat ./hosts) do echo -e "$host" ssh -o "StrictHostKeyChecking no" $host "uptime" 2>/dev/null echo -e "\n" done and a while loop which is supposed to the ...
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How to add an ip range to known_hosts?

Many services (like GitHub) use a wide range of IPs, and obviously the same public key. How can I add an IP range (preferably in a single) to known_hosts file? For the GitHub example, it uses the ...
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Can't ssh to my ubuntu machine using global ip address [duplicate]

I've gone to my router settings and added port forwarding for port 22 to my linux machine. However, when I now type ssh @ from another computer (the terminal of my mac), it says operation ...
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Google Compute Engine with multiple SSH users, Debian

I have managed to set up my server with a default user 'admin'. The sshKeys in the metadata is set with the following format, described in the google documentation. key: sshKeys value: ...
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Why process wasn't killed after closing SSH connection

I launched this command via SSH on a Debian server: watch --precise -n 1 top -b -n 1 -p 27330 | tail -n 1 | awk "{print \$9}" >> 27330.log & After a while I quit my terminal. When I ...
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SSH not logging properly

I am looking at /var/log/auth.log on a Debian Webserver, and the last thing it logged was: Jul 2 21:09:01 h311 /USR/SBIN/CRON[25912]: (root) CMD ( [ -x /usr/lib/php5/maxlifetime ] && [ -d ...
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Can a linux user change their password without knowing the current password?

I'm setting up a few ubuntu boxes, and using opscode's chef as a configuration tool. It would be fairly easy to install public keys for each user on each of these servers, and disable password ...
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How can I use arcfour encryption over sshfs?

A recent update to my Raspbian Raspberry Pi has made arcfour sshfs fail. From the client: $ sshfs pi:~ /tmp/alskdjflkasdf/ -o Ciphers=arcfour read: Connection reset by peer On the server at ...
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Start X11vnc on boot at SLIM login window

Debian 7.7 Wheezy, xorg, SLIM, i3 I'm unable to have x11vnc -usepw -forever started with SLIM, to offer a vnc connection on boot, as I do not have a monitor attached to the computer. I tried to add ...
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How does Slackware Login quotes work?

I'm new to Slackware and I think It's beautiful Distro. When I login it with ssh it prints motd, quote and a line for informing mail like this Linux 3.10.17. Last login: Thu Oct 23 06:28:08 +0330 ...
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Does a `scp` transfer close when I close the shell?

I have scp transfer (from one remote server to another), that is quite big. So maybe I want close the computer from which I executed this command, will this end the transfer? I have ssh access to ...
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Allow SFTP users to create sub-accounts

Environment Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS server edition OpenSSH_6.6.1p1 Ubuntu-2ubuntu2, OpenSSL 1.0.1f 6 Jan 2014 Current Configuration SFTP password-protected accounts are setup for Alice and Bob. Their ...
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Start aplication in local desktop from remote SSH [duplicate]

I have an issue for which the work around would be to start the application in X instead of headless. How do I make sure the app is executed on the desktop, even if I run the command from a remote ssh ...
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Fail2ban consuming lot of bandwith

I have a raspberry pi on which I have a nginx and a ssh server, I have installed iptables and fail2ban in order to limit the attempts of ssh connection. The problem is that it seems that fail2ban ...
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SSH failed public key authentication

I have a server, and I want to be able to SSH in with two different users. I have setup public key authentication for the first user, and it works just fine, however, I can't login with the second ...
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Copy files without encryption (ssh) in local network

scp works well in all cases, but the Raspberry Pi is to weak to copy files efficiently in a secure environment (lan). The theoretically possible 6,75 MB/s via 54 Mbit wireless lan shrink down to about ...
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Is it possible to make a symbolic link of a file in other machine?

I have a account in a server and I would like have a symbolic link of some files in my local machine. How can I do this?
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SSH over multiple server and save output of multiple commands in file on local server

I want to SSH over multiple server (host 1, host2 and host 3) and save output of multiple commands (cmd1, cmd2 etc) in file (output.properties) on local server. I know there are a few posts similar to ...
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SSH Tunnel with autossh

I can't seem to find a close enough example but here it goes. I'm trying to in the end setup rsync from one server to another through an ssh tunnel. Local (my machine) will run the rsync to pull ...
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How does a cisco device know if I'm connecting via telnet or ssh?

I'm experiencing strange behavior with a Cisco UC520 router. When I am directly connected to the router and telnet to it using this: telnet 192.168.1.1 23 Then I get a successful login prompt: ...
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While trying to ssh, pam_ldap always sends the password “INCORRECT” causing bind to fail

I installed ldap-auth-client nscd ldap-utils on lubuntu 14.04 running on a banana pi. I can successfully bind as the user using ldapwhoami, but I cannot log in via ssh: Auth.log: Oct 21 02:12:05 ...
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What permissions should each file under .ssh have?

What permissions should each file under .ssh have? I just experienced some glitch caused by .ssh/config not having 600. What permissions other files there should have?
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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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SSH into multiple remote machines through ssh tunnel [duplicate]

I am new to ssh-tunneling. Basically I want to be able to get ssh access to servers in a remote lab (say subnet 1.2.3.X). I can log into a machine that is visible say 11.22.33.44 I want to be able ...
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SSH fork kills connection

I am using a linux script which has the task of forwarding control of the system to remote support. In this script one of the commands is a ssh port forward command that will forward the port of the ...
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Is it safe to disable password for a user, if it only uses SSH key login?

We want to remove the password usage on a UNIX system. The users should only log in with SSH key. Not password. So their password field in the /etc/shadow file will be "*" and set their password to ...
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Running commands after ampersand symbol & in a remote ssh session

I have a shell script that initiates a long, resource-intensive command on several different machines. In order to execute the script on each machine in parallel, I have an ampersand symbol after ...
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preventing the screen from being cleared when exiting an ssh session

I have rdist set up to push out some of my dot files to all the remote machines that I need to ssh into. I also have zsh as my default shell on all of those machines. When I ssh into a machine and ...
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libvirt-bin error on a VM when I try to list VM

I'm using Virtualbox 4.3.18 on my Arch Linux Host machine and libvirt-bin 1.2.9 on my Ubuntu Server Cloud guest machine. Everytime I try to follow this tutorial I receive the following error when I ...
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Execute commands when specific user and ip login to ssh

How can I execute a few commands when a specific user with a specific IP logs on via ssh?
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Ctrl-S doesn't work in rtorrent when accessed via screen. Can't start torrents

I run rtorrent remotely on a seedbox. When I log in with a web interface I'm able to start torrents, and when torrent files get dropped into my watched folder that works too. However, when I try to ...
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Send commands to screen within screen

login to Server1 and run screen SSH to Server2 and connect to an existing screen session Realise ^A commands are procesed by Server1's screen only Is it possible to control Server2's screen in this ...
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Chroot gone wrong, can't ssh with user

Distribution: Scientific Linux 6.5 (Carbon), not exactly your typical brand of linux. Tried to chroot a user using these instructions for SSH and quite obviously failed, and now I can't even log in ...
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Ctrl-C handling in SSH session

When I start an SSH session that executes a long-running command, what happens with Ctrl+C (SIGINT) handling? I can see that the SSH session is closed, but I am not sure who gets the SIGINT first: is ...
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sshfs mount, sudo gets permission denied

I am using sshfs to mount a folder with some python projects over ssh to my ~/ directory. $ mkdir -p ~/mount/myprojects $ sshfs user@myserver:/home/user/myprojects ~/mount/myprojects I can perform ...
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Where should my authorized_keys file be if I want to ssh to `localhost`?

I have my public / private key setup, but I don't know where it should go. Should both these files be placed in ~/.ssh/ for my user?
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SSH Pub Key Login without Password

I am configuring an SSH Server on Ubuntu 14.04.1 Server Edition. The goal is to use public key authentication only and only permit certain usernames. My public and private keys are created and a ...
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Install pdflatex via SSH on Amazon EC2 instance

I need to install pdflatex on my Linux powered machine (Amazon EC2 instance, didn't decided yet which distribution would be the best so also feel free to give a hint) because I want to connect ...
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How to prevent shutdown when an SSH user is logged in?

I'm administrating a networked environment and I had an interesting situation arise yesterday. When a host is required to shutdown by a regular user, it refuses to do so if other users are logged in ...