Secure Shell or SSH is a network protocol that allows data to be exchanged using a secure channel between two networked devices.

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SSH login very slow on OS X Leopard

My SSH sessions take a very long time to initiate. This applies for logins with and without passwords, interactive and non-interactive. I have tried setting 'GSSAPIAuthentication no' and 'IPQoS ...
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How do I view the job queue in lftp after it has moved to a background process?

I've just started using lftp for remote transferring files on my Raspberry Pi running Debian. I know how to transfer the files, and use queue and jobs to add and view transferring files. However, I'm ...
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How to easily bounce arbitrary connections through known SSH server, to avoid port firewalling

I was looking for a method to connect to arbitrary SSH servers through a known SSH proxy, without having to hardcode those target servers. For example, let's say that I cannot access github.com from ...
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Connection refused on Putty

I'm currently expierencing some very strange behavior. When I try to contact a ssh server (which hosts some SVN repos), I get "Connection refused". That goes for 5 to 15 minutes. And somehow after ...
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SFTP sending files between laptops on Ubuntu

I want to transfer files between two Ubuntu systems using SFTP. I have got it set-up and I can connect to the other laptop, ping it and see its file list using sftp> dir. I can see the files on the ...
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Redirect physical keyboard input to SSH

I'm having a raspberry pi running debian linux and I have an RFID reader connected to it. The RFID reader behaves like a keyboard. Every time I scan a tag it types then number of the tag and then ...
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SSHing to remote linux server over site-to-site vpn disconnects when running commands with lots of output

When I ssh using putty into a remote linux server over a site-to-site vpn, I can list certain directories if there's a small number of files/folders. If I try to list a directory like /etc with a ...
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Backups over SSH via Cron - which user?

I'd like to use rsync to regularly backup content from a production website to a backup server. The content being transferred from the remote system has a variety of permissions and owners assigned. ...
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Any way to stop VMWare workstation from dropping SSH connections?

I have VMWare workstation 8 with a few Linux guests. I have had problems maintaining an active SSH connection to my VMs when they are in bridged mode. I first read that the onboard realtek network ...
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Unable to SSH to a virtualbox Redhat

I am using a MAC and using virtualbox to start a Redhat instance. The instance is started with two adapters (first being NAT, and second being host-only-adapter). The problem is that I am unable to ...
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Using putty generated key in SSH Secure Shell

In Windows, I need to use a key (RSA-2) generated from puttygen in "SSH Secure Shell" software v.3.2.9. The s/w has a key import option, and it asks for the .pub file. I tried importing the .pub file ...
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Platform independent SSH client? [closed]

I am looking for an ssh client that can run from a windows terminal (cmd.exe) or a bash shell with no difference. That means that cygwin would not work (not the original cmd.exe process). This client ...
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Run remotly, in the background, using ssh, then log-out, keep process running, how? - Simply pls :-)

The following question has been asked millions of times (be patient towards it please :-)).. Why O why - can't I find ONE SIMPLE, CONCLUSIVE answer? - Would be highly appreciated! Is running a ...
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Windows CLI SSH client? [closed]

Is there an SSH client for Windows, that can be ran purely from the CL only? That is, I can launch it, and there will neither spawn a new command window nor will it launch an independent GUI. The SSH ...
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ssh refuses to authenticate keys

So I am setting up a connection between my machine [fedora 17] and a virtual machine running in Virtual Box in which is running CentOS 5. I have installed openssh from the repositories on CentOS, and ...
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Delete current command

Is there a keyboard shortcut to delete the current command? Let's say I have: $ cp /home/one/two/tree/ /var/www/one/two/three I want to easily the current command, specially when it's long and I ...
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View router webpage via remote PC

Not sure if this can be done but here goes. What I want to acheive is this, a user on a laptop can view a router web page that is on another PC (client), the route to this client is via another PC ...
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SSH Server is running but not visible on network

My ssh server is running on port 2224. I am running two ssh servers, sshd on 22 and sshd2 on 2224 bash-3.2# /etc/init.d/sshd2 status openssh-daemon (pid 19737) is running... bash-3.2# nmap ...
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Automating the installation using SSH

I am running a bash script from a remote host to run a binary file which installs 64 bit JDK 6 update 29 on multiple VMs across the Environment. It is installing the file but, at the last line i have ...
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Unable to start an instance of sshd server

I tried to start an instance of my own (i am not root) sshd server on a remote machine , but it fails: debug1: sshd version OpenSSH_4.3p2 debug1: read PEM private key done: type RSA debug1: private ...
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XTerm is killing last line's characters

I'm using cssh (aka clusterssh) to manage an experimental, peer-to-peer system, and I've observed a curious behaviour: the terminals seem to kill the last character that should appear on each line, ...
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How to make bash aliases available as linux commands?

I have many bash aliases on a remote location. But when I try to run those from my local linux box, I get the 'command not found' error. e.g. $ ssh root@remote 'status' bash: status: command not ...
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Configure SSH client to use different ports in Mac OS X

I have a .ssh/config file configured to connect to different servers with SSH: ### # Identity files ### IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_dsa_home IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_dsa_github IdentityFile ...
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Can I get OpenSSH's sshd to accept a login for a non-existent user?

I'm trying to set up sshd to do some funky things on a dedicated server. (Which is to say, don't worry about why I'm asking such a strange question; I'm just experimenting to see how I can abuse ...
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Run script on login with ssh

I have a feeling this is quite easy to do but every solution found on google has to do with adding a script to be run whenever someone logs into the machine. What I am looking for is a way to run a ...
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How do I use rsync to sync my repo on my mac to university server where I have ssh access?

I need to use my university's ssh access and run my programs there for testing. I don't have sudo access there. It doesn't have vncserver there either. I would work with vim and make but I need git at ...
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Using FileZilla to upload and unzip my web site via SSH

I'd like to upload and thenunzip my zipped web site on my web host service which manage SSH connections too using Filezilla. I wonder if is it possible to use only that application to do both ...
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SSH config wildcard on expanded Hostname

I want to have a wildcard in my SSH config to set my default username to a particular value for all hosts on a certain domain. But I also want to have some short names for some particular hosts. I ...
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How to create a virtual interface from a socks proxy?

I am wanting to create a network interface from a SOCKS 5 proxy on localhost. This will eventually be bridged with a wireless interface that I have which will be operating in AdHoc mode. This will ...
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Enabling Shell colours through Putty SSH

I have set a number of configurations in my .bashrc file to set the appearance of shell on my Redhat machine. However, when I login as root using Putty, the colours are not shown. I can enable them ...
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Why would SSH via remote IP be faster than local IP?

I have a Linux server running from my house, with a DynDNS URL setup pointing to my public IP address. One of the things I've noticed is using the remote address such as url.dyn-dns.tv or my public ...
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How to get notifications of SSH file transfers?

I'm wondering if there is a method or program that can monitor SSH file transfers and send out an email when a file (incoming) has been transferred? (The other alternative would be to at least get a ...
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When can authorized key user feature fail?

I recently generated a key value pair on my university remote server to create .ssh directory and then I copy pasted contents of my .pub file in .ssh directory on my laptop into the authorized_keys ...
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SSH tunnel between three machines

I encoutered a scenario that is : A can access B via SSH (B can't access A, because nat), A can access C via SSH ( C can't access A, because nat), B and C can't access each other, there are in ...
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Why is ssh login occasionally failing?

I'm using ssh to execute commands on another host and have noticed that occasionally the connection is closed before it ever connects. Both hosts are CentOS release 6.3 running OpenSSH_5.3p1, OpenSSL ...
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Need help creating an AdHoc WiFi network that routes its traffic through an SSH tunnel

I just bought a Raspberry Pi and I am wanting to route an ad hoc wireless network interface fully through an SSH tunnel that was created using another wireless interface. I want to do this so that I ...
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How to get multiple physical windows for an ssh session?

I have an ubuntu desktop that I ssh to from my macbook pro. Frequently, I find myself needing multiple physical windows that are ssh-ed into the desktop, maybe to set up code side-by-side or whatnot. ...
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Linux terminal - frozen update of input but can execute commands?

How do I restart a shell session from within SSH when it looks something like this: anton@ubuntu:~$ c: command not found anton@ubuntu:~$ lib ...
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Monitor goes blank after 30 minutes. No keyboard or mouse are attatched, but computer is controlled over SSH

Currently trying to set up a media server which I can control with my laptop or phone. After looking at all the options I decided upon using SSH to start mplayer in fullscreen. Everything is working ...
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How do I exit an SSH connection?

I'm connecting to a server via ssh to send a message to a socket server using a command like: ssh 181.169.1.2 -p 5566 After the connection is established and i write the message and send it i ...
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Generating SSH Keys on the Server

I have set up sshd on a Linux server and managed to log in via keys generated using ssh-keygen. However, I have made the following observation: When I generate the key pair on the client and copy the ...
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what is the exact command to Restart a redhat linux system via ssh? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: what is the exact command to Restart a redhat linux system? I want to restart the Linux (Redhat server 6.3) System via ssh. I am accessing the remote machine via Putty. ...
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osx 10.4 - ~/.ssh/id_rsa doesn't work, whereas ~/id_rsa does

I'm having a strange problem with sshing into a remote box with a private key: $ ssh me@remote Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic). $ ssh -i ~/.ssh/id_rsa me@remote Permission ...
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How do I make sshfs work in Debian? (I get /dev/fuse: Permission denied )

I've moved from Ubuntu to Debian on a machine and all my sshfs mounting scripts fail with fuse: failed to open /dev/fuse: Permission denied now. Am I missing something simple?
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ssh and home directory permissions

sshd will refuse to accept public key authentication if the user's home directory is group-accessible, even if ~/.ssh is set to 700? If the permissions on ~/.ssh are acceptable, why do the permissions ...
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ssh returned with something 'unknown'

I use ssh to run some command remotely,something like this: ssh user@host 'sudo command' after that, I got this line shown in the shell: 'unknown': I need something more specific. what does it ...
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Reverse sshfs tunnel

Hey I want to setup a reverse sshfs tunnel. I have a home server which sits behind some type of NAT which makes it impossible for a remote computer to sshfs the home file system. On the local computer ...
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Is there any way to recover my sudo power?

I created a new user and changed the ssh config. I forgot to add root permission to the newly created user. Now I need to undo my changes in ssh config. Is that possible without any sudo command?
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Getting “Access Denied” error in putty with a normal user [closed]

Using Putty I am able to login successfully using root user id but not with other user ids. These user ids are just normal users that belong to a developer group. Originally, I used 0.61 version. ...
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Does scp require ssh server/client

I previously had openssh-server/client installed on my machine. Doing scp -r folder/ users@host:/location/ worked fine. On my new installation without the ssh client/server fails. Do scp and ssh ...