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I was struggling with the same issue. After finally being able to solve the issue I HAVE to post it online so that this is of some help to the other novices around. I wanted to use putty to connect to my ubuntu on virtual box (comfort reasons,the VB is just weird.. I cant work unless it is on a proper terminal). Anyway, Make sure ssh client is installed ...


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check port 22 if it's open (for example with nmap) from outside there might be redirection issue which I experienced... when router uses port 22 for ssh configuration there is no possibility to redirect it even if it looks that you have configure it right. (Thats what I experienced on some microtik devices without any error or warn in it's log) Try to ...


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You need to forward your X connection: ssh -X user@pi You'll probably need xauth installed on the Pi as well. Given that you're running via PuTTY on Windows, here are a couple of other things to try: plain crawl should work fine, it doesn't use graphics at all (it's the "console" version if you're downloading from the Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup web ...


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They both store a "RSA key pair for version 2 of the SSH protocol" and can be converted interchangeably however regarding the actual stored format difference: from http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/wishlist/key-formats-natively.html The advantages of the PuTTY key format are: Public half of key is stored in plaintext. OpenSSH's private ...


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You can just ball a lot of files up with tar: tar -cz . | ssh me@school -- 'tar -C/path/to/target/dir -xz' ...which would recursively compress and stream all files in the current directory on the local machine to the target path while simultaneously uncompressing and expanding the stream on the remote machine. You can do similar things for anything that ...


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You might have to use forward slashes (/) to talk with LINUX/UNIX servers c:\pscp c:\some\path\to\a\file.txt user@remote:/home/user/some/path



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