I have a shared hosting account, I logged using ssh. when I type for example su I had this output : su: must be run from a terminal Is this error relative to the fact that I don't have sufficient ...
I have two nearly identical scripts in network/if-up that need to access SSH keys. Permissions on SSH private keys are 600, so how can my scripts access these keys? I would prefer to keep the SSH ...
I have a remote host, previously I can ssh into it with root and password ssh root@remote_host or I ssh into it first using a regular user account ssh esolve@remote_host and then su root and ...
The following line shows the principle of a construct which I can use under Red hat 5.5: $ echo "foo" | ssh myhost "echo \"cat <&1\" | su --login" foo Actually it was never clear to me why ...
What is SSH - the protocol? What is ssh - the unix utility and how does it work? How is SSH protocol related to SFTP? What is sshd? Does the command su use ssh or sshd?