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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 ...
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($1) > ...
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Use ssh with -X option: ssh -X [user@]hostname teamviewer See man ssh for more info.
If found the answer I was looking for just in case someone comes across this in the future. Here's how: dan@micro:~$ ssh bigbox dan@bigbox:~$ export DISPLAY=:0 dan@bigbox:~$ teamviewer TeamViewer popped right up on my big PC. Perfect!
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.
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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