I am using Ubuntu 13.04 on my laptop, connected to my router at home. When working from home, I will ssh into the servers on campus, through a vpn, with X11 forwarding. ssh -X ...
I am trying to code a shell-script that uses a ssh-connection for doing "heartbeats". I want to terminate the client- and server-side of that connection after a certain timeout (after the connection ...
I have configured SSH to be on port 20000. When I try: svn co svn+ssh://server.com:20000/home/svn/proj1 proj1 --username jm I get svn: To better debug SSH connection problems, remove the -q ...
Something weird I've noticed since upgrading my office router to the Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH. When I remote in using an SSH tunnel, the tunnel will "freeze" pretty often. The freeze lasts 1-2 minutes ...
I'm going to be deploying a number of machines in the near future which will be behind routers. It won't be feasible to set up dynamic DNS on each router and port forwarding, so is there a way I can ...
I often see that folks test ports this way: //shell telnet ip-address 80 telnet ip-address 25 AFAIK telnet was the old way of getting onto some remote box - right? or so I thought... Why exactly ...
At the office I have on the servers a vnc server running. In Windows I use putty to connect to the server, I log in and then use realvnc to see the desktop. But I cannot get this to work on Linux. I ...