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As meuh says, the use of a pseudo-terminal may be forced with the -t option, and then the login will show-up with who. However whilst this a home system, if it weren't it still would concern me a little that if someone logged in without using that switch I might be unaware of his presence on my system without looking further into sshd's reporting options!
I just had a problem similar to this. When I reattach to the screen like below, it works for me. Otherwise try stty as stated above. screen -A -h 500 -r 16238.pts-11.myhost2
My resolution was similar to Roman T's however I needed to add a few extra steps. In my case I had Ubuntu Server 14 VM running on a Windows 8 Desktop in Windows 2008 domain. If I tried NAT or Bridge I could access the Internet but couldn't connect via SSH. If I tried Host Only Adapter then that would allow me to SSH to machine but couldn't access the ...
Check the following option in PuTTY:
You would need to switch it on. It's unlikely you're going to have Wake On LAN available for a virtual host, because a switched off VM is more like having the power cord removed. A switched off physical host isn't really switched off - it's more in a semi-off state that AFAIK is not emulated within VirtualBox (or any other VM environment).
If you have a POSIX-conforming ps implementation, you may try ps -f | more Note that we¹ recently changed the behavior and if you have an implementation that follows POSIX issue 7 tc2, you may try: ps -wwf | more ¹ We being the people who have weekly teleconferences to discuss the evolvement of the POSIX standard.
I've probably found the answer for your question on Stack Overflow. In the words of Dennis Williamson: It is likely that you're using a pager such as less or most since the output of ps aux is longer than a screenful. If so, the following options will cause (or force) long lines to wrap instead of being truncated. ps aux | less -+S ps ...
The following instructions worked with Ubuntu 14.04 and Oracle VirtualBox 4.3.30. Do this in VirtualBox: Right-click your virtual machine, select "Settings", and then select "Network". Next to "Attached to", select "Host-only Adapter". As a side note, "Bridged Adapter" will also work, check the VirtualBox documentation for more details about each option. ...
Try what I think is a much easier tool to accomplish this, winscp. Just download run and then connect to your server. It provides a simple drag and drop UI.
Won't work as putty does not include file transfer (pscp does but putty itself does not), putty (and pscp) is a client and will only connect to a server so one of the machines must be a ssh server and getting windows to be a ssh server is a royal pita. you could use an intermediate ssh server, but unless you have one already, doing something else would be ...
Why do you want to use putty while both are Windows machines ? You can use Windows share, get faster transfer with password protection. Use any FTP server like filezilla, if you don't want to use Windows share. If you need encryption, use FTP with ssh connection, this also possible by filezilla FTP server.
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