SSH Keys Command
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 5, 2013
So in .ssh/authorized_keys we could set a command path for each key on authorization.
I know that RedHat server have a global AuthorizedKeysCommand in ssh_config and allow to write an alternative authorization script for ssh.
Is this possible in Ubuntu server or is planned to be implemented in the near future?
There are some patches for OpenSSH but is not best solution and it may have security bugs.
Any idea about this?
Thanks & Happy New Year!
[SOLVED] ssh cp command
- date: October 29, 2010
I'm trying to do something I should have tried to learn in the beginning, help!
I have installed openssh on both machines and on home i am running Ubuntu 10.04. On my reserve and back up, name mint, I am running Mint. I open ssh fine with the terminal or the gui app and login to [email protected]
with no hitch from home. I cannot seem to get the command to copy my home directory to mint to back it up.
I have been two days reading documentation and I'm still eat up with stupid.
VLC remote access with SSH and command line
- date: October 16, 2008
Ok, here is my problem in a nutshell. I am using my Nokia N800 as a remote control over wifi in my home network. I am using ssh to tunnel into my ubuntu box and start up music and movies. The command i use to do this is "ssh -X [email protected]
I know that the -X option brings X to my N800. This is ok for music, but I want the movies to play on my desktop X screen and not my N800. Remember, I want to use the N800 as a remote control over wifi. What commands should I be using for vlc from the command line to do this? I want to be able to start, pause, fast-forward, and rewind movies from the command line just like you can with mplayer.
[SOLVED] ssh remote command
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 8, 2011
Hi all, the problem:
i need to remote execute a script that check for the content of a remote dir, but with the following script:
Disconnect from SSH with command running Shell script
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 12, 2009
I need to login on a remote machine, execute a command that will keep running after terminate the session.
Right now i able to connect to remote session but i can't disconnect (tried with logout or exit).
Somewhere i saw a post sugesting to kill the ssh process while connected to the remote machine but i want to avoid that.
Thanks in advance
ssh remote command preserve quoted argument
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 17, 2009
I have a python script on one server (serv_one) and I am trying to execute it remotely from another (serv_two). The python script takes an argument with spaces. If I execute it locally:
SSH remote command
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 29, 2013
This is for a media center application, but I'm posting it here as I think that part is irrelevant, as is the command itself - this is more to do with the usage of SSH remotely
I'm sending a remote ssh command inside a shell script to a 11.04 server to keep it from going into standby [lock]
If I send the command remotely through terminal or even run the script through terminal, things work.
If I send it via my remote control, the command never gets sent. The Auth.log file shows that 'failed password'.
I'm guessing a permissions thing somewhere though I'm lost as to how to find.
Any help greatly apprectiated.
[SOLVED] SSH remote command: Pipe remote output to local machine?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 5, 2012
I'm running a command such as this:
Supplying "password" to "ssh" command
- date: July 31, 2008
I intend to execute a command on one of my network machine through cronjob. It may so happen that I may not be available at that time to supply the password.
Also I cannot use private/public key concept to enable password less login due to security reasons.
I know it can be done through "expect" utility but is there a way I can provide password directly to ssh command.
$ssh -<some-argument> <password> [email protected]
Take for instance:
$ssh -password LetmeIN [email protected]
Output of whereis command
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2014
It is not clear to me what the output of this command is giving back.
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