Problem: The following text is shown for all non-root users when logging in via SSH: The programs included with the Ubuntu system are free software; the exact distribution terms for each ...
I'm having trouble setting up public key authentication for an SSH server on Ubuntu Server 12.04 (A) for authentication from an Ubuntu Server 13.04 (B). What I'm doing now (I'm trying to follow the ...
I'm actually having a bit of an odd problem. I'm running Ubuntu Server 12.04, with a minimal set of packages: The base system, sshd, and an IRC server. I must allow someone else to configure the ...
I am using this command: userA :~$ sudo ssh userB@192.168.1.3 It says ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.3 port 22: connection refused. I want to login remote & this is not working. In a forum ...