location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 18, 2009
How do you enable SSH so that my son in Holland can connect to my computer?
Only allow ssh connections from local network
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 15, 2010
As the title suggest I would like to limit ssh connections to my ssh enabled server to only allow connections from my local network. Are there any decent guides to show me how I can do this.
My Network setup:
1 desktop running ubnutu 8.10 (client) with an internal ip of 192.168.2.2
1 laptop running ubuntu 8.10 (the ssh enabled server) with an internal ip of 192.168.2.3
Unable to launch SSH daemon automatically at startup
- date: July 25, 2009
Hello Ubuntu forum.
It is my first post on this forum, so if they are some specific rules or requirement, do not hesitate to explain.
I have installed Kubuntu for desktop on my laptop a couple of days ago and feel quite satisfied. Moreover, I really impressed by the Ubuntu documentation, which is very extensive, detailed and easy-to-read.
I am now facing a small issue. I want to have the daemon SSH automatically started up on boot. So I have done a classical :
sudo update-rc.d ssh defaults
I tried with another priority :
sudo update-rc.d -f ssh remove
sudo update-rc.d ssh start 50 2 3 4 5 . stop 50 0 1 6 .
Everything looks OK :
:~$ ls /etc/rc*
K01kdm K74bluetooth S31umountnfs.sh
K02usplash K99laptop-mode S35networking
K20apport README S40umountfs
Ubuntu 10.10 How to enable ssh root with public key ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 22, 2010
I'm scripting virtual machines and I need to ssh root ubuntu 10.10 machines.
Ubuntu 10.04 permits ssh root with rsa public key with just change PermitRootLogin as yes in /etc/sshd/sshd_config
Ubuntu 10.10 seems to have change security policies, PermitRootLogin is already set to yes by default, but does not permits ssh root login with rsa public key
How to enable ssh root with rsa public key on an ubuntu 10.10 machine ?
Thanks in advance,
SSH to Ubuntu 12.04 box
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 8, 2012
I recently upgraded my desktop from Ubuntu 10.10 to 12.04LTS. When running on 10.10, I had everything set up so I could SSH into my Ubuntu box using a DynDNS static address.
However, after upgrading to 12.04LTS, I've started having SSH problems. Here is a list of things I've found not working so far:
1) "sudo service ssh start" claims to start a new process:
ssh stop/pre-start, process 5358
...however, if I immediately follow that up with trying to stop or restart the process, I get the following:
stop: Unknown instance:
I have confirmed that SSH is indeed installed (openssh-server and openssh-client). Additionally, I am able to do "ssh localhost" without any issues. I am not able to SSH from any other machine to the Ubuntu desktop.
Doing a ps aux | grep ssh yields only the "ps" itself:
shanksj 5376 0.0 0.0 13580 936 pts/2 S+ 11:51 0:00 grep --color=auto sshd
2) I am able to ping
ssh start up on boot
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 2, 2012
i was wondering how do you start up an ssh server on boot, im guessing it has something to do with chmoding the sshd config file from this path etc/ssh/sshd_config and then typing in a few commands in the terminal to make start on boot, but im not quite sure.
How do I enable port 22, for ssh?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 24, 2010
I have installed ssh on my new laptop and cannot ssh files off its drive (I have a local wireless network) I am using Ubuntu 10.4
help would be great.
Disabling SFTP access while keeping SSH enabled
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 29, 2011
right now i have vsftpd server installed for FTP access. I originally set it up for both FTP and SFTP, but found that SFTP disregarded any and all permission settings and user jailing that i had set up... so I am switching to just being standard FTP (and please don't start posting about "oh you should switch back to SFTP" or questioning my decisions on it, it is *NOT* the topic of this thread!)
so here is what's happening:
i've tried to disable SFTP in the sshd_config file, but i am still able to log into the ftp server under sftp through port 22 (which normally is ssh?) i've tried all kinds of things short of just blocking port 22, however I would prefer to be able to remote into my server via Putty (which has access restriction to ONLY allow my admin user account over ssh)...
Anyone got an idea of how to resolve this, because i can see this as a HUGE security risk to the server...
how to install ssh server on my ubuntu 8.10?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 24, 2008
I tried to connect from my laptop to my desktop using ssh command and it said connection refused, I think some kind of server is required to be running on the desktop machine, am i correct?
What should I install on the server to make it work?
ssh complete reinstall
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 7, 2012
hi ubuntu people
I need to completely remove ssh from my ubuntu server it will not accept any connections I am able to access it from the server terminal or a client machine
I have tried sudo apt-get remove --purge ssh to try and remove but I will not work
If I type in cd /etc/ssh it says there is no file or directory but I know that is where the config files should be
If I type sudo apt-get install ssh it says the latest version is installed
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