ssh from windows to linux and vice versa
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 13, 2004
ive searched and went through all the pages, i found some the relevantly helped but not to what I need. Whenever I try to connect via SSH to my linux box it says connection refused in PuTTY vice versa when I ssh to windows. When i PuTTY i get
Network Error:Connection Refused
I checked my netstat and it says ssh is listening for connections.. I dunno wut else to do.
Thx for any help.
Putty ssh and windows 8 printing.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 20, 2013
I have a HP officejet mulitfunction unit. I just purchased a Inspiron lap top with Windows 8. Does anyone have any advice. My last lap top had Windows 7 no problems printing from Putty SSH
Can you SSH to a Windows Box?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 27, 2002
Is there a way to set up a windows 2000 workstation to accept incoming SSH? I guess what I'm asking is is there a way to set up a SSH server on 2k?
Reverse SSH Tunnel Ubuntu and Windows 7
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 3, 2010
I am currently running 64-bit Windows 7 from my home laptop and I would like to establish an SSH reverse tunnel to my laptop from my work Ubuntu 64-bit machine. I have been reading many "tutorials" that have led me nowhere and I feel as though I'm chasing my tail now. I have done the following on my Ubuntu machine:
Connect to SSH Server thru Autheticated Windows HTTP Proxy from Commandline
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 4, 2008
I am needing to connect to my server on the Internet from a Linux Machine Inside a Windows Proxy Server which requires a user name and Password. I can connect thru Putty on Win32, but now need to set up a client on Linux to automate the remote monitoring of my devices out side my firewall. I do not call myself a new-bee, but am not fully familar with the commandline interface or ssh-config files on my machines. I use various distributions (CentOS, SuSE, Fedora Core 5+, Ubuntu, cygwin) so I am looking for a generic answer.
SSH from Linux to windows Help Me!!
- date: May 28, 2013
just like how i ssh from one linux machine to another using ssh [email protected]
, i would like to do the same thing from linux to connect to a windows machine. is this possible??
my goal is to scp log files from linux machine to windows machine.
mounting is not my option, as it has many flaws. could some one please help me.
Login to Linux from Windows command prompt through ssh
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 25, 2005
How to login to linux server from Window's command prompt through ssh ?
SSH/SFTP Mount (Linux or Windows)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 10, 2004
Hi, I'm wondering if there's a way to mount a remote directory over SSH without setting up NFS/samba on the server side. Preferably there's something that behaves like secure rsync (which I believe just copies portions of files on demand), but plain old scp will do. I am mainly interested in getting this running under Cygwin, but even if this can only be done on Linux, I'd be interested in knowing how.
I'm also wondering if something similar can be accomplished for Windows (so that I can browse these "mounts" in Explorer and work with them like normal files). Thanks in advance.
Access other Terminal windows through SSH *ANYONE? PLEASE HEEELP!*
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 4, 2010
I am running Ubuntu 10.04 on my desktop, and Mac OS 10.6 on my laptop. I would like to know a way to view my current open terminals on my desktop from my laptop.
Normally, I use SSH from my Mac to operate the desktop terminal. But, lets say I'm running a server with no GUI (think: Minecraft) and whenever I want to view remotely, I have to physically go to the desktop and shut the current running server down then start it up from my Mac.
Is there a way, that when I access my desktop through SSH, that I can switch to another terminal window (currently open on the desktop)?
A native command/program will be fine, but if there is none, then 3rd party is my last resort.
Cmon, pros, help a helpless noob.
P.S. I love how is under smilies.
Ubuntu SSH Server with Windows 2008 Server Kerberos Authentication
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 18, 2012
So I have a Ubuntu 11.10 machine with openssh. It is on the same network as a Windows 2008 Server (domain controller). What I want to be able to do, is configure the ubuntu machine to accept kerberos authentication from the Windows 2008 server, instead of using for example an SSH key or Password. I have read several articles, but I just need someone to explain it to me in more detail. I have figured how to go into sshd_config and set KerberosAuthentication to yes, but i basically need to know how to route the windows server to the ubuntu box so it knows which kerberos to authenticate with.
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