SSH, otherwise known as "Secure Shell", is a method for securely connecting to a remote computer.

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SSH and SFTP Permission Setup

I'm trying to setup SFTP on my ubuntu server and I'm encountering a problem. When I set up a group in sshd_config file to chroot people to their home directories the user in the group cannot access ...
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How to connect to a LXC container from the LAN?

I have a server with the latest Ubuntu server 64-bit install in my home wlan. I use ssh to connect to it from my laptop. The server /etc/network/interfaces file: # The loopback network interface ...
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autossh -ND at Ubuntu boot

I have setup key-less login at a remote server. I use the remote server for tunneling my data. I want my local system to ssh into the remote server at boot time automatically. I tried the solutions ...
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how to set socks5 proxy in the terminal

I am a beginner using linux, I would like to connecting the terminal to the local proxy socks made by my ssh (Dynamic Port Forwarding), so is there a way to set up a proxy socks5 in the terminal? or ...
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How to add new private key (OpenSSH) with multiple identities?

I have generated pair of both public and private key for one remote host. Now I want to add another private key in open format to connect via ssh to second remote host, but ssh denies connection with ...
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Forward Internet connection over ssh to remote computer

I'm struggling to access the internet from my remote computer. I'd like to access the remote computer via ssh and have there the internet connection available to install packages etc. It looks like ...
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Different shells on SSH and local

So I've got an Ubuntu 14.04.2 computer that has OpenSSH Server installed on it. Whenever I use the computer locally, through the terminal, if I run: ~$ echo $SHELL /bin/bash However, if I SSH into ...
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unwanted popup for passphrase

When connecting using ssh I am not asked for the key passphrase in the terminal but in a popup window. How can I switch to typing the phrase in the terminal?
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ssh localhost - Connection refused. Ubuntu 13.04 [on hold]

I'm running Ubuntu 13.04 and unable to ssh to the machine; neither from outside nor from localhost. Points to note: Firewall is already disabled Openssh-server and client are installed and ...
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After “sudo update-rc.d ssh defaults” cannot connect through SSH even locahost

On this question here, Start ssh server on boot simple, he gave one command to use, followed what he said, did it, and now, without touching or restarting or anything, I could no longer connect to my ...
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Was my SSH server compromised? If so, how, and what steps should I take?

I recently enabled ssh access to my machine to work on a group project with my classmates. I read the guide for setting up ssh on ubuntu and tried to follow good security practices. I disabled ...
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Get current ssh session's originating IP without being superuser

I am trying to find out the current ssh session's originating IP address. I found the following to be useful, but it requires sudo: $ sudo netstat -tapen | grep ssh | awk '{ print $5}' | sed ...
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Connecting to VPN server closes SSH tunnel

Once I start to connect the VPN, I immediately lose the connection to my dedi-server. My aim is to still be able to ssh to my dedi-server, even if I connect to the external VPN server with my ...
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How to set up an old PC to run a gaming server and have people connect it?

For starters, I am extremely new to the ubuntu community and even with UNIX itself... I have managed to wipe an old gaming computer, stack it with some ram, install ubuntu desktop 14.04, and from ...
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Persistent SSH Connection

I use this command to make an SSH tunnel to a remote server. ssh -D localproxy:9999 -C tcx0@111.222.333.444 I also made a shell script using expect command to auto process entire process with also ...
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Why can't I connect to my localhost port from a remote computer?

I'm using link-grammar server to convert sentences into semantic graphs. It provides an API though a port to do the above process. It's configured to works through port 9000 of localhost. I used to ...
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SSH connection refused from specific location only

Me and my girlfriend share a Ubuntu server I set up for different stuff. Lately however, she has been experiencing a problem that has me, her, and both of our respective colleagues confounded and ...
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Cloud Image SSH Login

I am using OpenStack and when I attempt to login to Ubuntu QCOW2 image it just times out. I can ping the instance, and I can telnet the SSH port without an issue (telnet <floating ip> 22) so I ...
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Remote server seems to startup but cannot ping after 13.10 upgrade [closed]

I upgraded my OVH server from 13.04 to 13.10 and now when it boots up it is not able to be pinged and I cannot ssh into it. I booted it to recovery mode and tried to grub-install my raid 1 and there ...
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Why is this odd file extension appearing when I scp a file?

I'm creating a large number of gifs and copying them to a separate computer with a webserver folder mounted via sshfs. For some reason the files will randomly copy with *.gif.001 file extensions. My ...
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Permanently raising nofile limits in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

I cannot seem to figure out what exactly is needed to allow the maximum number of file descriptors to be raised permanently for all users. /etc/security/limits.conf: root hard nofile ...
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Problem running ufw on Ubuntu 14.04 server

ufw is supposed to be the easy firewall for Ubuntu, but I seem to still having missed something. After a fresh install on my 14.04 server, and leaving it default, the terminal will freeze after ...
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Install Ubuntu on Local Network? [duplicate]

I have a Mac OS X machine and a Linux box both on the same local network. I can ssh into both and launch apps using ssh -X. My question is this: Can I remotely boot the Ubuntu installer located on ...
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host ubuntu and guest Windows access each other from command line?

My host OS is Ubuntu 14.04, and guest is Windows 8.1 running in a virtual machine by VirtualBox. Is it possible to access the guest Windows from host Ubuntu from Ubuntu's bash? access the host ...
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Host to Guest one way connection issue

I have guest run on my machine on qemu with configuration: /usr/local/kvm/bin/qemu-system-x86_64 -enable-kvm -cpu host -smp 8 -hda ${TEST_VIRT_ENV_IMAGE} -m 4096 -netdev user,id=user.0 -device ...
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Keychain does not work in Cron

I have a problem with my backup script which is using keychain. The script works fine when fired via command line but doesn't work as expected when called via cron (does not transfer any data to the ...
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Creating new user, how to run commands after SSH login? (Ubuntu Server Trusty)

I have configured Ubuntu Server for my needs, and basically everything is working as I want. I'm new to Linux, but learned a lot using and interpreting different guides, however, this particular ...
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when ssh is run with a server + command argument, what startup profile runs if any?

I know /etc/profile and ~/.profile are among the start-up scripts used when ssh is used to login to a server – i. e. using ssh with server argument. However, the scenario where I am just using ssh ...
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How to run an application on a headless Ubuntu? [duplicate]

I have an Intel NUC running 3.13.11.6; and I have written an application that runs some simple data polling (cpu, memory usage, disk usage etc ...). The NUC is headless, so I connect via SSH (putty) ...
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Grub entry to boot clonezilla live from HD with SSH for remote backup! [closed]

Set Up : I have a server with no monitor and no access to it, and I would like to be able to make backups and/or restore backups before messing with server and/or in case it fails. Clonezilla DRBL and ...
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Automatic User Creation for SSH Server?

I'm trying to setup an SSH server which, upon an attempted connection with the correct public key, will create a new user account if one does not exist. On connection I'd like a specific script to ...
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is there any way to change ssh or vnc config using ftp?

I have a remote server which I can't access physically, for the last couple of weeks I could connect to it using both FTP protocol and VNC remote desktop. I changed the "Desktop Sharing" Program in ...
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SSH outside the local network

I have Ubuntu 14.04 LTS installed on a Toshiba Satellite L655. I've recently installed an SSH server on the machine and it works fine when connecting to it using 192.168.1.3 but when I try that using ...
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Start a local session, remotely [duplicate]

I dont want to enable auto login for various reasons. Is it possible to login to the desktop, from an ssh session, in order to then VNC into the desktop ? The issue is that I remotely turn on/off my ...
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Simplest way to set up new user with SSH access on remote host, given root access

I am writing a tutorial on setting up Ceph the hard way, shell all the way. I am not happy with the number of ssh commands it takes to connect to a remote host as root, create new user, then scp keys ...
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How to get rid of “The authenticity of host 'bazaar.launchpad.net (91.189.95.84)' can't be established.”

I have seen the response when ever I ssh to a server for the first time. After I give yes, it is never asked again. My question is, is there a way to solve this ? I mean I am expecting, from the very ...
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Ssh outside network

I would like to setup an ssh server that I can access over the internet. I have forwarded the port 22 and I can connect over the internet on my local network, but as soon as I leave it it becomes ...
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User Home directory encryption - files that must remain un-encrypted like authorized_keys

Before we get to far, my question is: If this is the wrong way, or I'm doing it wrong, what is the right way? Pursuant to this howto: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EncryptedHome So I see this ...
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How can i enable user to have reboot privileges without sudo? [duplicate]

How can i enable user to have reboot privileges without sudo? Need to keep sudo password enabled. ssh user@server "sudo reboot" does not work because it requires a password to be entered. Want ...
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Nautilus “Open in remote terminal” over sftp assumes wrong username in Ubuntu 14.04

I use the “nautilus-open-terminal” to open the terminal in the current folder in nautilus. This worked great in Ubuntu 12.04. However, after upgrading to 13.04, I am unable to open the terminal over ...
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Unable to connect to my Ubuntu machine using Putty remotely?

I am new to Ubuntu, I have it installed on my computer (not on a virtual machine) and I am trying to connect to my Ubuntu machine remotely through PuTTY. I am getting the IP address of the Ubuntu ...
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AptGet Offline Repository

I have followed the documentation from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGet/Offline/Repository to the point where my binary-amd64 folder is picked up by executing apt-get update. However, when i ...
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How to get SSH access to the Ubuntu Touch OS on the BQ Aquaris mobile (Ubuntu Phone)?

I just got the phone and it's up and running. Unfortunately I was not able to figure out how to get access to the phone using ssh. How do I do that?
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Remote access to a machine, run script for logged on user

I've been searching for an answer for this for some time. Is it possible to log in to a machine remotely via (say from my phone on my way to work) and run commands that will affect the logged on ...
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How can I get fail2ban to stop banning my Filezilla SFTP?

When I started with an Ubuntu home server, fail2ban was a lifesaver - alerting me to multiple attempts at unauthorized SSH access to my server. Recently, after moving to a way off port, the only ...
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Is MaaS, juju, or the charm responsible for ssh-keygen on nodes?

My MaaS system works, enlists, recruits, commissions, issues warrants, does courts martial, deploys and destroys. juju seems to work fine: bootstraps locally, installs juju-gui, my charms get ...
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sshd_config file get reset automatically

I have a server running with Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.5.0-23-generic x86_64). For some reason I have to get it accept password when I ssh onto it , so I change the sshd_config file ...
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How to get notified (run script) on every SSH connection?

I'm able to run a script automatically every time I log into my machine via SSH by placing a command in the /etc/ssh/sshrc file. That works perfectly, however it's only triggered when I log in via ...
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How would I go about sending a command to a headless Linux device through ssh, closing the connection, and still have the command run? [duplicate]

I have sent a command to my headless Linux device though ssh but I would like to close the ssh connection, and still have the command run. Example: Running this command though ssh "aria2c -i ...
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Can I change the SSH deny/allow order?

I am trying some ssh tricks and stuck on a server. Is there a way to make ssh hosts.deny read before hosts.allow?