SSH into virtual machine
- date: March 30, 2009
I would like to use SSH to access virtual machines running on a headless server.
I only need to get to them from LAN, not the Internet.
How can I do this?
How to set up ssh to allow users to ssh into the machine
- date: June 1, 2009
This is my first attempt at setting up a server. I have just installed Ubuntu Server 8.04 fresh from the CD. I have a fixed IP address. I just cannot seem to be able to ssh into the darn thing.
From a Solaris unix box, I get the message
"Local: Bad packet length 1349676916."
From a SuSE Linux box, I get the message
"Read from socket failed: Connection reset by peer"
From a mac box, I get the message
"Connection closed by 'IP address'"
I can ssh out to another server just fine. I don't know what to even do.
Doing ssh to Virtual machine (uses RHEL 4 thru VMWARE in Windows XP)
- date: January 28, 2010
I am struggling to connect my Virtual machine in VMWare (RHEL) from another machine or even from my host machine (XP) using Cygwin. I want to do ssh/scp to the virtual machine using the Virtual machines ip address. I have tried various setting for VMWARE connection(Network Adapter setting) like Bridged/NAT/Custom. But am not able to connect to guest OS from outside. But I can connect from inside Virtual machine to other Linux machines thru ssh. Please help me out in that.
Thanks in advance!
[SOLVED] shell script to ssh into another machine and execute commands
- date: April 29, 2012
So have a problem that I thought would be easy to solve. It isn't apparently. I have 6 machines all linux based that back up to a centralized NAS using rsync. This is all fine and dandy, but doesn't give me versioned backups.
Currently my backup scripts look like this:
rsync -e ssh -varuzP --delete --exclude ".*" --exclude "Ubuntu\ One" /home/olithraz email@example.com:/home/olithraz/NAS/machinename/day1/
This works great and I haven't had any problems. It uses chron to run it every 24 hours.
What I want to do, is before it gets to the rsync part of the script is the following:
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org (uses rsa keys so no password needed)
rm -rf day7/
mv day6/ day7
mv day5/ day6/
mv day4/ day5/
mv day3/ day4/
mv day2/ day3
cp day1/ day2/
In effect giving me 7 days of backups. However, I cannot seem to get it to execute commands after sshing... How would I go about doing this or is there an easier way to ac
*Perl* ssh into remote machine and execute parallel copy operation to network drive
- date: August 24, 2009
Hi I have a remote machine that has a mounted network drive.
I am trying to create a script that ask me for the name of folder I wish to copy, ssh into the remote machine and have it start the copy operation.
parallel/concurrent copy is needed as I have a time constraint.
here is what i have for now in my script in "perl" if it matters....
print `ssh -t -x rocup@factory "cp -rf $folder1/ /NFS; cp -rf $folder2/ /NFS; cp -rf $folder3/ /NFS"';
I also tried
print `ssh -t -x rocup@factory "cp -rf $folder1/ /NFS & cp -rf $folder2/ /NFS & cp -rf $folder3/ /NFS &"';
print `ssh -t -x rocup@factory "nohup cp -rf $folder1/ /NFS;nohup cp -rf $folder2/ /NFS;nohup cp -rf $folder3/ /NFS"';
the above operations copy one by one and it takes over an hour to do it, Im hoping that I can trim down the time a bit by doing a concurrent copy
the host factory does not have private/public key setup, so i cannot do a
SSH to Virtual Machine
- date: August 31, 2012
what are the advantages to connect to VM via ssh from host operating system. I saw many tutorials about it, often it is first step after installing Linux on VM when someone wants to create development environment on VM. Why just don't use that VM like normal system?
how to ssh into windows machine from Linux box
- date: September 4, 2007
I have 2 machine viz a Linux with cent-os 4.4 and other with windows xp.
I have cygwin installed on my xp machine and sshd running on it.
I want to do authentication less communication between xp machine and my Linux box. I can genererate keys using ssh-keygen utility and achive the same. My query is
- How do I ssh into xp machine ??
- Do I need any other ip or my existing ip for xp machine will do ??
- What else I need to set on both machines ??
Thanks in advance
ssh into a virtual machine, ubuntu host and guest
- date: January 28, 2010
I'm trying to ssh into a virtual installation of ubuntu I have, named "ubuntu-x86" but I can't get it to work for some reason. I have two network cards, both assigned to NAT, on the virtual machine, but one has a static IP address, while the other uses DHCP. For some reason, the command:
returns an error of
"ssh: Could not resolve hostname ubuntu-x86: Name or service not known"
doesn't work either. It just hangs. This is my /etc/network/interfaces file from the virtual machine:
iface lo inet loopback
iface eth1 inet dhcp
iface eth0 inet static
Can anyone help me figure this out? Thanks for the help!
EDIT: Also, once this is working, I should be able to start the virtual machine with
VBoxHeadless -startvm "Ubuntu
SSH in to Virtual machine (ubuntu) from Windows 7 Urgent !!!
- date: March 3, 2012
Hi I have installed Ubuntu using VMware on windows 7 machine and i am not able to ssh . The interesting thing is i am able to ping from both the sides and when i try to ssh it gives "Network error Connection refused"
Following are the ping results on my sky drive
Please help me as soon as possible
SSH ubuntu machine (client) into windows machine (server) to access lan ip
- date: February 26, 2011
Ok, so here's my question:
I have a ubuntu machine running at home and I want it to be able to SSH into a windows machine inside a lan to access another computer inside a lan. It has to be done in a reverse SSH connection, connecting the windows machine to my ubuntu machine at home so I can send commands to and access resources from ips inside the windows machine lan. Is this possible?
Ubuntu Machine -> Internet -> Router -> windows machine
-> other lan ip
basically the windows machine would work as a proxy server to access the resources inside the lan.
Thank you so much in advance!