VNC over SSH. Windows client Linux Server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 6, 2004
I recently started a job where all the workstations have windows on them and I find that difficult to bare. I need my daily shot of Linux ;-)
I have been trying to use VNC to connect to my Linux box at home over SSH. I have Mandrake Linux 10 installed with tightvnc-server and ssh server. My server sits behind a Linksys router with port 22 forwarded to the serv.
At work I downloaded Putty for windows and TightVNC Viewer. I set up putty to forward 5901 to localhost:5900 and I can remotely connect via SSH to my home server.
The next bit is where I can not proceed beyond:
Logged in via ssh to my Linux server I issue the command
vncserver -geometry 1024x768 -depth 16:2 and after the initial questions about passwords(when I ran it for the first time) it seems that the Xvnc is started on screen 2.
If I open my VNC viewer and point it at localhost:0 the vnc viewer reports that "Failed to connect to server"
localhost::5901 makes the Vnc viewers connection dialogue d
VNC over SSH. Windows client Linux Server Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 9, 2004
ok! I using vncviewer client (vnc-3.3.7-x86_win32_viewer) to directly connect the linux box without ssh. You mentioned that I using zonealarm as my laptop, then I closed the zonealarm; then open the vncviewer client and type the internal ip (eg 192.168.1.3:1) follow :1.
SSH Keys Ubuntu Server, Windows Client
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 18, 2013
I have SSH working with putty and FileZilla with just password authentication, but I CANNOT for the life of me get SSH keys to work. This is the deal, I have a 12.10 Ubuntu home server with an encrypted home folder. This means that I have to put my Authorized_keys file in /etc/ssh/[my name here].
I generated the public key and private key without passwords with PuTTYgen on my windows 7 computer and named the keys:
The keys are 2048 bits. (is that enough?)
Then, I used an USB dongle to copy the public key to the Ubuntu server. So, in my /etc/ssh/[my name here] folder I put the RSApubkey file. This is the ONLY file in here. I actually don't have a file names authorized_keys. Do I need this file?
Next, I changed the sshd_config file to this configuration:
# Package generated configuration file
# See the sshd_config(5) manpage for details
# What ports, IPs and
SSH: Linux client, Windows server?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 5, 2010
I downloaded freeSSHd (http://www.freesshd.com/) on my Windows XP SP3 PC and configured the firewall to allow port 22. My grander scheme is to use this Windows PC as a SOCKS proxy server, that I can connect to at school to circumvent internet filtering and keep my data private. Does anyone know of a way that I could somehow get every internet-connected-program/service (chats, email, browsers, etc) to use this encrypted connection without having to configure EVERY program individually? I think this link is on to something, but I'm not certain what he's getting at.
Thanks in advance for the help,
VNC windows client through SSH in ubuntu server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 5, 2009
Can I connect to my Ubuntu server using SSH and run VNC / Tight VNC to control client that is located inside Ubuntu Server's LAN?
1. computer A => master / VNC client
2. computer B => Ubuntu server (giving SSH capabilities)
3. computer C => XP under same netmask and IP range with Ubuntu server / VNC Server
SSH Linux Server w/ Windows Client
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 7, 2010
I have used Linux for a while but am relatively new to networking concepts. I am trying to set up a ssh server on my Linux box at home so I can tunnel to it from my windows box at work. All connections at work are put through a proxy.
I'm not sure where I should start. If anyone has advice on how to get started or resources for me to learn more about networking (esp. ssh) that would be great.
X forewarding via ssh tunneling with windows client
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 25, 2005
I'm trying to get ssh tunneling working correctly so that I can use X-deep/32 to run X apps from my x-server at home, from anywhere. Currently, I use putty on the windows computers, and ssh in just fine, and I check Enable X11 forewarding, but every time I try to run an X app, it says can't open display. I have X-Deep/32 running, so what exactly do I need to configure to make xterm or xclock or whatever, to realize that an X server is ready for connections?
-Thanks in advance.
How do I set up ssh keypair login for Windows Client / Ubuntu Server?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 24, 2014
I want set someone up with a server that uses ssh key pair login on an Ubuntu server. The problem is, the admin (owner) is using Windows and PuTTY. Is there a way to get this to work?
Windows client to monitor remote unix server using ssh
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 19, 2015
Is there a program that would connect to a remote unix server using ssh, and show various system info (CPU usage, Memory usage, disk space..etc) ?
I should mention that I'm using windows, and I have non-root access via ssh to the machine that I want to monitor. Also, I can't use any web-based tools, because the server is only accessible from my work computer, using site-to-site VPN.
How do I copy files from a Unix server to a Windows client with SSH?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: October 18, 2013
I have connected to a Unix server using SSH from my terminal from my Windows client.
How do I copy files from the Unix server to the Windows client? Can I use the scp and rcp commands? Or are there other ways to do so?
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