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clear/remove /etc/legal that contains the message ... or ... create a file ~/.cache/motd.legal-displayed Read more: ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1511335
The text displayed (Message of the Day, MOTD) is created by running in numerical order the scripts in /etc/update-motd.d and joining together the output. I'm not certain which package contains the difference between the server and desktop versions, but you should be able to edit those scripts, or add new ones to create whatever message you want.
If you are not specifying user@host:/var/www as the destination path you're going to run into this issue. Note that the user you upload as MUST have access to write to the directory. Assuming that the user has write permissions to /var/www, then make sure your scp command follows this general pattern, with [options] being replaced by whatever options you ...
I don't have the rep yet to comment above - but it's worth pointing out: StrictHostKeyChecking no will mean hostkeys are still added to .ssh/known_hosts - you just won't be prompted about whether you trust them, but should hosts change I'm willing to bet you'll get the big warning about it.
You can get this error due to several problems: 1 - Running out of disk space. Check you available space (on the server) with df df -H If you are low on disk space remove unnecessary files from your system. 2 - ~/.Xauthority needs proper ownership and permissions ls -l ~/.Xauthority you can set proper permissions as needed (you may need sudo if the ...
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