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If you want to use SSH you will obviously want to setup ssh keys for passwordless entry or you will be forced to enter the password each time. SSH keys are obviously much more secure. The ssh command can be used to send a command to the remote box and then exit when the command finishes: ssh root@remoteserver COMMAND In your case: ssh root@remoteserver ...


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You should be able to achieve this by setting up a bridge between your two network interfaces. Assuming your integrated ethernet interface is eth0 and that the on via the USB adapter is eth1, a configuration like this in /etc/network/interfaces should work (provided you've installed the bridge-utils package and that your kernel supports it): auto lo br0 ...


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It's a bug. There's a patch already, so you can expect it to be fixed in the next release. Thanks to wurtel for reporting it.


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A recent version of ss should also display UDP listeners in that way. You can limit to UDP with ss -unlp. I have tried a recent Debian version where ss --version reports ss utility, iproute2-ss140804 and that does work. On A Red Hat 5 system with ss utility, iproute2-ss061002 it doesn't. You do get more info there using ss -aunp although that also shows ...


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You didn't add the second IP address, but instead replaced the first IP address. You should be able to access the server via that second IP address, if the netmask is correct and any firewall allows access to that IP address. For reference, it's easiest IMHO to add extra IP addresses via: ip addr add newip/32 dev eth0 Use /32 if the new address is ...


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Manually: ifconfig $DEVICE 0.0.0.0 up should remove the IP and leave the interface up and running. Some distributions allow such a configuration statically, others do not. Perhaps you can set up a bridge-device instead.


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i believe that your expectations can be viewed as two things . the first is to let many machines check their users against one central server , so we don't have to create a duplicate account and a credential on each client machine before logging in if we have already have this on the central server . a term describing such systems is single-sign-on . though ...


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Your best bet is to set the Pi with a static ip. From there you want to install a dhcp server apt-get install isc-dhcp-server You then edit the configuration file at /etc/conf.d/dhcp  which tells the dhcp server which interface on which to listen with this line: DHCP4_ARGS="... eth0" You then start the server daemon with: sudo ...


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There are several possibilities: Use OpenVPN in tap mode. Bridge the tap interface with the LAN interface on both systems. This should work with broadcast packets (NetBIOS), too. Add another IP address to the LAN interface. The Windows VM will be known to the other hosts by this address. The configure DNAT for this address and forward the packets to your ...



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