eclipse and ssh connection refused
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 6, 2013
as usual, i want to use my brand new installation of ubuntu 12.10 to develop web application.
for that i use eclipse platform and remote system plugins (ssh) to reach our ubuntu server (nas) and remote systems.
whereas it works perfectly under windows 7 and fedora 18, i have some trouble under ubuntu 12.10.
i do the same steps as under fedora 18, but when i type user name and password, eclipse display in loop the login window to reach my remote system with ssh (terminal, sftp, or shell)
where is the problem ?
SSH: Connection Refused Ubuntu 12.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 28, 2012
I'm setting up an SSH server on my home computer. I'm kind of a Linux noob (I've been using Ubuntu since Febuary or so, meaning I'm not terribly good at everything, but I know some basic stuff to try.
So, if I try to connect to the server through my laptop (also running Ubuntu 12.04), I get this error:
SSH Connection Refused
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 3, 2005
I'm new to the whole SSH thing, and I can't get it to work. I've googled left and right, but haven't found any answers.
I am trying to get SSH to work just between two Ubuntu desktops on a local LAN. sshd is running, and I use firestarter and have port 22 open to SSH, and everything else (like pinging) between the two computers works. But when I try:
or any variation thereof, I get the message:
ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.101 port 22: Connection refused
and exactly the same when I try from the other computer to this one. Any help would be appreciated.
SSH : Connection refused
- date: February 14, 2013
When I try to connect from the server to client, I faced with :
:~$ ssh [email protected]
ssh: connect to host smss-desktop port 22: Connection refused
Whereas I connect from the client to server without any refused connections.
I done these :
- Add into two computers "/etc/hosts" computer names and IPs.
- Generating rsa SSH keys with "ssh-keygen -t rsa" and that steps...
- After I can establish SSH from the client to server, I copied client key's to server by "ssh-copy-id"
- And for first time, when I try to connect from the client to server, Asked from me the server password and server key added into client .
Also I copied a few things through "scp" from the client to server.
I using from the wireless network.
How to solve this connection refuse on server?
[SOLVED] Problema con ssh Connection refused
- date: August 1, 2009
Hola: Mi problema es el siguiente
tengo dos pc's conectadas con un cable cruzado, las dos se pueden ver,
la primera kubuntu 9.04 y la segunda ubuntu 9.04 en modo texto (proyecto de mediacenter que le falta teclado, ratón y monitor). mi idea era conectarme por ssh y hacer toda la instalación del software desde la 1º pc servidora. Aclaro que tengo firestarter en la servidora con el puerto 22 habilitado para ssh.
el error es este:
:~# ssh 192.168.0.2
ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.2 port 22: Connection refused
encontré el mismo error en otros lados pero no se nada de ingles gracias.
SSH Connection refused
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 6, 2012
Hello all, I've just implamented a key authentication system which is working great however after changing the config file to disable password authentication, for obvious security reasons. It refuses all connections...
Any ideas.. Running 12.04
SSH Connection Refused?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 18, 2005
I took over as IT guy at my company and Im in charge of managing our webserver. An ex-employee (old IT guy) hacked our server and performed malicious deeds on it. When I found this out I cut the power to the server via our ISP and picked up the server today, now I have it in my house and I'm trying to perform a network backup of the data thats left.
The server used to run on a domain name and had a public IP. At my house I have a regular router with DHCP to assign IP's. I ran the "netconfig" tool and switched the computer to retrieve DHCP addresses, this worked fine and it picked up an address of 192.168.2.40 - just like I expected.
I had to change this entry in the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file, from:
[SOLVED] SSH connection refused on local network
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 27, 2011
After looking online and searching the forums, I only find vague suggestions that haven't helped with this problem:
I have Fedora 16 on VMWare player, in Windows 7 and when trying to ssh to a Linux 15 server on the local network, I get "connection refused."
--verified ssh is installed and running on both machines
--verified that "ssh localhost" works on both machines
--tried disabling Windows Firewall, no effect
--tried adding port 22 to the router configuration to allow traffic, no effect
--telnet also fails
I see that using ssh -vv flag tells me nothing new, other than connection refused and the IP (my router's internet-facing IP, interestingly enough).
Any suggestions on what else to try?
Network Syncing SSH connection refused
- date: August 25, 2008
My goal is to sync 3 devices (1 USB key, 1 desktop, and 1 laptop); I'm using unison. I've written an autorun script for when the USB key is mounted.
This file is executed in a gnome-terminal by the autorun file (this is one part of an if statement, the rest follows but is basically the same):
if [ $HOSTNAME = "mathchehome" ]; then
echo "The 'Working Documents' directory will now be synced between the USB drive and $HOSTNAME"
ping 192.168.1.101 -c 1
if [ $success = 0 ]; then
# ssh-agent startx;
echo "No syncing will occur with mobile, mobile is not connected to the network."
The unison profile to connect to the mobile PC looks like this:
root = /home/toby/Desktop/Working Documents
root = ssh://[email protected]
ssh connection refused
- date: June 17, 2011
I followed this guide and added the following lines according to it to my /etc/ssh/sshd_config
Subsystem sftp internal-sftp
Match Group sftpgang
And did the following to set the permissions:
sudo usermod -s /bin/false sftptrial1
sudo usermod -s /bin/false sftptrial2
sudo chown nits:nits /home/sftptrial1
sudo chown nits:nits /home/sftptrial2
sudo chmod 0755 /home/sftptrial1
sudo chmod 0755 /home/sftptrial2
My main account is not added to the sftpgang group but sftptrial1 and sftptrial2 are.
I restarted my ssh service with
sudo service ssh restart
And then tried sshing into my own account. And it spits the following error. (It was working fine before I touched the sshd_config file)
:~$ ssh [email protected]
ssh: connect to host localhost port 435: Connection refused
What do I do?
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