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

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How do I use my own local text editor to modify system (requires root to save) files on a remote system?

I've recently fallen in love with github's Atom text editor, and I enjoy using it for all my local coding and configuration. I started to maintain a Nagios installation for several dozen servers and ...
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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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SFTP Chroot and SSH

I have a chrooted SFTP user group to access my home server. The chroot location is /mnt/, mostly because it is already owned by root and is where I have mounted the external HDD I want to the chrooted ...
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Why can't I run Gnome apps over remote SSH session?

Logging into a remote host using ssh -X me@host, I successfully run gnome-terminal -e "tail -F /var/log/file" &. When I log off and then try the same thing the next day, I get this: Failed to ...
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CentOS 7 add new user with root privileges

I am reading this tutorial, and trying to create a new user with root privileges and then block root access via ssh in a CentOS 7 server. The problem is that the new user is blocked from doing root ...
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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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Any special permission ssh remote command working on fifo file(aka named pipe)?

I need to redirect some strings to a fifo file with ssh remote command, but always got permission denied, the command I executed is: ssh rundeck@nagios1 sudo su - root -c 'printf ...
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Different Commands on Multiple Servers

I want to execute different commands on different servers. Server addresses are in a text file. Commands are the same except a parameter related to their addresses. For example: ./run0 on the first ...
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iptables allow only ssh and vpn traffic

I have dedicated server with ubuntu 14.10 installed. The server should connect to an openvpn server and the traffic should only go through the vpn, except for SSH traffic. My idea is to realize it ...
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I'm trying to deploy with git to a semi-managed vps, need to write a script to change owners

I'm trying to deploy my sites on my company's semi-managed vps server using this tutorial: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-automatic-deployment-with-git-with-a-vps It ...
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rsync unexpected EOF in read_timeout

I'm trying to rsync directories from server A to server B, but i get the following error: permission denied unexpected EOF in read_timeout Command is: rsync -avzn ${LOCAL_DIR} ...
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How do I test sshguard on debian?

I want to replace fail2ban with sshguard because it uses less resources. I installed sshguard via apt-get and it seems to be running on my debian wheezy server: # /etc/init.d/sshguard status sshguard ...
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Installing Node.js on a remote LAMP server with no internet connection

As a part of a student project, I am to host my Node.js-based server application on a server so that other people can try connecting to it and test the integrity of it's functions. The problem is that ...
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HURD: Why is remote process not killed?

On most UNIX systems this will not leave a process running: ssh example.net sleep 1000 <<CTRL-C>> I have tested this behaviour on aix centos debian dragonfly freebsd hpux irix mandriva ...
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Kerberos Forwarding in SSSD

So, I'm trying to set up forwarding with Kerberos and seem to have some problems. On some of my servers I'm able to forward after receiving a ticket; however, some I'm not. My system setup is a ...
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Port forwarding for VPN connection

I'm using a public wifi hotspot. Usually when I connect to these, I immediately connect to my college VPN. On this hotspot, only browsing works (no program other than a browser seems to be able to ...
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Can't run binary executable on Ubuntu 12.04

I get the following error: ./cataclysm: command not found when trying to run this executable on a Linux server over SSH. When I run ldd cataclysm, I get: linux-gate.so.1 => (0xf7759000) ...
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Executing Minecraft Server Commands via SSH and Screen

I'm extremely new to linux, so please help me out if you can! I have read many of the posts about managing/monitoring servers using SSH and Screen, but have not found anything regarding my particular ...
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mkdir: cannot create directory: Function not implemented

I am in college and have to submit my cs homework from a school Linux machine, but I like doing the homework on my laptop (Mac). So instead of copying my files over every time, then submitting them, I ...
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Why is Firefox so slow over SSH?

I try to launch Firefox over SSH, using ssh -X user@hostname and then firefox -no-remote but it's very very slow. How can I fix this? Is it a connection problem?
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Customized Restricted shell

I want to implement authorization of bash commands.I started with TACACS+ Server and tacplus package.I did not find a way to do that.After that I Implemented some restricted shells.first bdsh that was ...
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SSH session limit

How can I increase the ssh connection on my freeBSD jump server. I am using pssh to push configs to multiple servers by tuneling through my jump server. As of now I can only push configs to 9 servers ...
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Is it possible to send a HEREDOC over ssh to a remote host from inside a script running locally?

I essentially want to run a script on machine A which will SSH into machine B, execute commands on B, and return the output to machine A. So I am creating a csh script to do this, hopefully, if it's ...
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How to copy authorized_keys to another user on linux? [duplicate]

I can ssh into a Linux node on the cloud with root. I've created another user, web, and I want to add my ssh keys to that user. Here's what I've tried so far (as root): mkdir -p /home/web/.ssh cp ...
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What are the Implications of Passwordless SSH

If UNIX users reach servers via SSH, and we only want to allow pubkey logins, are there any other items that need to be added to this list, that I should be concerned with? Allow pubkey login in ...
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dot file not sourced when running a command via ssh

When I run my program interactively, it works fine: ssh somehost $ ~/some/path/somescript.py When I run my program over ssh directly, it doesn't work. The variable PYTHONPATH is not set, because ...
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How to check ssh secret and public key validability in local command line [duplicate]

I have a secret key id_rsa and a public key authorized_keys that should be pair. But I have a problem to ssh by using these keys. I want to check the validability of these key pair by a command in ...
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run a remote process via autossh in background

In Ubuntu I'm trying to run the geany editor on my local X display via the command: autossh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=false -XCg me@otherDYNDNShost geany & Trouble is, after the first ...
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Solution for private keys on a remote machine?

I have to manage several servers, with services that can be cron, and integration jobs, deployments, backups. The common thing with all of these, is that they sometimes require access to other ...
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Can't connect to a server via SSH (with my PC only)

For some days I'm experiencing issues with SSH on my machine (I guess after having installed some softs that I don't remember... (sic)) It's very problematic as I use Git to work on some code ...
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ssh-copy-id different port

i am trying execute ssh-copy-id in one port different than 22 (default). I researched and found the command below $ssh-copy-id -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub "user@192.168.0.1 -p 22001" but, when execute the ...
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Integer after username in OpenSSH client separated by colon

I have a reverse SSH server in Cisco router(runs IOS operating system) and it listens on port 2001: C1841#sh control-plane host open-ports Active internet connections (servers and established) Prot ...
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Alert when transfering files using SSH?

I transfer files through ssh, from one computer to another. Is there any way I receive a notification on my computer, when someone tries to transfer files via ssh?
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Restrict SSH users to SFTP

How to configure an SSH server to only allow users to transfer files using the SFTP protocol, without being able to log in with their username ? Note: If the user's shell to nologin or null is not ...
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SSH with RSA keys under Raspbian keeps requesting passphrase

Background information I am trying to connect a Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) to another via SSH. Therefore, I have generated a pair of RSA keys in my "client" Pi and saved its public key in my "server" ...
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Saving from arecord on a raspberry pi across a network to a mac

I've currently got a usb mic plugged into a Raspberry Pi B+ and am using the following code to record data: arecord --buffer-time=5000000 -D plughw:1,0 -f cd -t raw | lame -r - stream.mp3 I then ...
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Linux user ssh connection disabled after execution of setfacl command

I have very little linux administration experience, after searching a lot stuff online, finally I decided that I must hope that someone helps. The problem is, I needed to share an account with a ...
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keep getting broken pipe when ssh

I'm using Ubuntu 14 LTS with two machines. When I ssh into the remote machine, I keep getting pipe broken after une minute or two, and in my ssh client I set up the keepalive already. This happens ...
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Login using Private key on USB Dongle on SSH@linux

I'm presently using PPK file (public and private key pair) generated from putty to Login (password less) through ssh in Linux server and it is working well. I am exploring possibility in using my ...
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Perpetual SSH connnection security and practical implications

I have used the linux desktop for many years, but I rarely get into its networking aspects. I run a personal fileserver (primarily running owncloud on Ubuntu 14.04), and to perform regular ...
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Run windows local program from remote linux

I'm trying to run a python script on a remote linux machine accessed by SSH from my local Windows machine. The script contains a loop where for all files in a directory it's going to go to a certain ...
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Automating setup of the SSH tunnel

I need to frequently login to many machines but I can only login to them from a proxy machine or using an SSH tunnel (by tunneling through that proxy machine). The problem is that I cannot use ...
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Differences between VNC and ssh -X

Why would you use VNC (or for that matter NX) instead of just using ssh -X (-Y). I read that VNC uses less bandwidth, but is there any other differences/advantages with respective tool?
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List all connected SSH sessions?

I just SSH'd into root, and then SSH'd again into root on the same machine. So I have two windows open both SSH'd into root on my remote machine. From the shell, how can I see a list of these two ...
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tmux / screen ctrl+arrow (left right) doesn't work on SSH

I've configured tmux to skip words on Ctrl+right / left : set-window-option -g xterm-keys on It works just fine, but as I do SSH, it doesn't work and prints ;5D or ;5C.. The same issue occurred ...
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How to switch user with pre-configured credentials in SSH Terminal after logging in as standard user

I was wondering how to execute a command file where: After logging in as a standard user, I want to switch user to "username" with password being "password", I can successfully execute the command.txt ...
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Copying protected files between servers in one line?

I'd like to copy squid.conf from one server to another. The servers don't talk to each other. I'd like to go through my workstation. Both servers have the file, so it will be overwritten on the ...
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File transfers with SSH and switch-user

Have a situation that SCP and SFTP wouldn't work for. I've RTFM for SSH, but can't find what I'm looking for. The scenario is that in order to transfer files to the server, I first SCP them into a ...
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providing password to ssh [duplicate]

The situation: I have an IP : 192.168.1.1 $IP username : root (or whatever) $USER and a passwd: foo $PASSWD Is there a way to give $PASSWD to ssh ? like PASSWORD_VAR=$PASSWD ssh -l $USER $IP ...
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Is it possible to capture SSH+sudo output locally without writing the hostname and [sudo] lines?

Is it possible, when locally writing output from SSH command execution, to suppress the hostname and [sudo] lines? For instance, when I SSH into a server and run sudo <command> it displays ...