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My guess would be that the account you're changing to doesn't allow logins. If you have access from the nuri account, list the users in /etc/passwd and look for the login shell that deneme2 is using. grep ^deneme2: /etc/passwd It should end with something like /bin/bash. I'm guessing it says /bin/false or something similar. If you have admin access you ...


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Well you could use cron with a silly little script to check /var/log/auth.log every 10 minutes. If you set it up correctly, cron will email output wherever you like so we just need a script to run: #!/bin/bash cat /var/log/auth.log | perl -MDate::Parse -ne ' print if /login|ssh/ && /^(\S+\s+\d+\s+\d+:\d+:\d+)\s/ && str2time($1) > ...


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Use ssh with -X option: ssh -X [user@]hostname teamviewer See man ssh for more info.


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If found the answer I was looking for just in case someone comes across this in the future. Here's how: dan@micro:~$ ssh bigbox dan@bigbox:~$ export DISPLAY=:0 dan@bigbox:~$ teamviewer TeamViewer popped right up on my big PC. Perfect!


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You can't... at least using an IP based connection protocol. Because your rule drops all incoming IP traffic coming to the gateway. BTW, all protocols I know like ssh, vnc, rdp and so on, use IP.


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There are two things you should do to keep that system accessible before changing netfilter-rules: create an exception in the firewall rules for ssh from your machine create a safeguard create an exception create an appropriate rule with iptables sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport ssh --source-address yourextIPadd -j ACCEPT (where yourextIPadd is ...



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