How to use Sublime over SSH
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I'm trying to use Sublime Text 2 as an editor when I SSH in to my work server, and I'm stumped. I found this http://urbangiraffe.com/2011/08/13/remote-editing-with-sublime-text-2/ (among many other posts) that looks like it might help, but I don't follow it exactly, particularly with what values I should put in for the remote variable in line 5. I set "/Users/path/to/local/copy" to my local root directory, but I don't know if that's right or if there's more to do. Any thoughts? I'm on OSX10.8
How to rsync over ssh from Windows to Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 5, 2006
I am new to LQ...
I am having a problem related with rsync between Windows and linux
i have installed cygwin in WinXP machines.Generated ssh rsa key fas the user "abc" and appended it to authorized_keys file in my Linux server.
I can ssh to Linux from Win XP without password through Putty
But I can't use the ssh-rsa key along with rsync
I tried rsync -avz -e ssh somedir 192.168.0.x:/some/dir
But it doesn't work
It prompts as "Enter Passphrase
At this moment I am logged in as "abc'
i also tried adding the usr "abc" in Linux and
chown abc.abc /some/dir
Thanks in advance
How to use JProfiler over twohop SSH tunnel
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 26, 2014
I'm trying to connect JProfiler to a JVM running on a server that I'll call remote. This server is only accessible from my workstation (local) via another server that I'll call middle. My plan for connecting JProfiler to remote was this:
Install the JProfiler instrumentation on remote
Establish SSH tunnel from local, through middle, to remote:
ssh -v -N -L 8849:[remote's private address (192.168... etc)]:8849 [middle]
Establish a new JProfiler session on localhost:8849, choosing "Startup immediately, connect later with JProfiler GUI"
However, I end up getting an error:
Either an old version of the native library is used or another
application is listening on port 8849. Please check your
DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable and your port configuration
I don't have any other programs bound to local port 8849, aside from my SSH tunnel, and I have confirmed that the SSH tunnel itself should be working correctly - I'm able to forward connections for a
How use commande ssh in Windows XP?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 24, 2013
i want to test ssh connection towards my ubuntu server
i want test with " ssh -vvv "
Why my ubuntu rejects my ssh connections with putty
I use Putty on WindowsXP:
i enter the ip of ubuntu server on the field "hostname"
as soon as i click on the button "Open"
Putty reject with the error : Network error. Connection Refused
Before the installation of LAMP, it worked
In one forum, it tells me make and ssh -vvv to see what the problem
But why make this command in windows xp?
How to play sound over SSH
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 5, 2010
Okay, so here is the deal..........
I have a network of about 25 computers. All of them running either Ubuntu 10.04 or 9.10. I can ssh into each machine with no problems.....
I want to type a terminal command and have an audio file play in the speakers of the user at the remote machine. The users have soft phones..... all sound is pushed through their headsets..... If I wanted to say.... play a cat meow in their ear or maybe a dog barking.... how would I do this?
****** I cant wait, this is going to be PRICELESS!!
Cannot use Gnome apps remotely via X11 over ssh unless logged in on local terminal.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 18, 2009
Hi. I have a core i7 machine running ubuntu 9.10. It's mostly a home server and media center. Whenever I had 9.04 on it, I would regularly ssh back into the machine and extend X11 to my laptop(or whatever machine I was using) in order to use applications remotely. I can still ssh in and extend X11 to my local terminal no problem. Programs like wine, synaptic, etc. work fine. But I cannot get nautilus, gedit or lots of other gnome apps to work unless I am logged in with the same user I am using over ssh on the servers local terminal. It doesn't matter if I am using a linux client or a windows client with Xming. I get the same error in my terminal:
GConf Error: Failed to contact configuration server; some possible causes are that you need to enable TCP/IP networking for ORBit, or you have stale NFS locks due to a system crash. See http://projects.gnome.org/gconf/ for information. (Details - 1: Failed to get connection to session: Failed to connect to socket /tmp/dbus-5Hu5G
How do you disable gnome themes on other apps?/Emacs distorted over ssh
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 31, 2004
I sometimes need to log into my college's cs system to work on projects, and use emacs. The problem is there is white background at varoius parts of the editor (on lines before code, sparadically throughout other parts). In KDE, I was able to get rid of it by disabling kde theme usage on all applications. Is there any way to do this in Gnome, for just this application, or globally if necessary?
File/directory transport over ssh how?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 16, 2009
Got myself a Debian box (an NSLU2...) running a ssh server and a 160 GB disk w. data i'd like to access when i'm away from home.
Can ssh into the box from another (Debian) box. Can also scp single named files from the shell. Nice, but i'd like to do better than that. Accessing the server from e.g. one of the window-panes in mc or Krusader - or the Windows(TM) TotalCommander(R) - would be desirable.
I'd like to do this securely - meaning via the installed ssh. Several people have talked about 'tunneling' over ssh, and this sounds like a viable solution, but i'm not sure how to proceed. Read the ssh manpage, but that only made me confused on a higher level
Attaching this remote host via mount or creating a driveletter on the occasional windows-box would be perfect. I've got a vague idea that it's possible via mount/fstab, but cannot figure out how. Regarding windows i'm all blank.
[SOLVED] encrypted remote backups over ssh?? how?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 22, 2009
My basic need is to archive and encrypt files and store them on a remote server on my local network. Currently I can use tar and pipe the output over ssh to the remote server, but then I have to encrypt it on the other end. I can use tar and pipe the output to gpg and get an encrypted archive, but then I have to move it. is there a way to do all of this in one step? i.e.... tar file | gpg encrypt | transfer via ssh ?
that way I can have it done automatically.
How to copy a file over SSH session.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 27, 2006
i hve created an ssh session between two RedHat Linux machines.after creating the session, i wish to move some files and dir from one machine to another.how can i do it?? do i use normal CP or RSYNC command then how i am going to mention destination path.
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