ssh. a problem using OSX to get into redhat9
- date: July 5, 2004
i have two computers, a PowerBook G4 running OSX 10.3, and an HP runing RedHat 9. I can easilly login to my powerbook from my redhat by typing an account name, the admin p/w, and the ip. such as
'ssh [email protected]
Welcome to Darwin!'
but i cant seem to login to my redhat system. and sshd is enabled. anyhelp? i try typing account names, localhost names. and i get a p/w, but no p/w i enter ever works. anyhelp?
[Shell Script] Problem using ssh to launch programs remotely
- date: November 8, 2011
I have a script which connects to a remote pc via ssh and then executes some commands. It used to work correctly, but now when I execute it, it gives me some strange errors.
Here's the script :
ssh [email protected]
echo "Starting player \n:"
player mycfg.cfg &
echo "Launching program \n"
Player is an application used as a layer between software and hardware for robot and sensor control. It acts as a server so I can connect a client (which in this case is the program MyControlCode) to it, both in the remote PC. The physical computer is used just to launch the script.
But when I run the above script I get some error trying to open the server connection, or, depending on the remote PC I'm using, it gives an "error while loading shared libraries".
What I find odd about it, is that some months ago, the same script worked fine, and when I mannu
Problem in remote ssh port using Port Forwarding
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 26, 2012
These the scenerio im trying to work out
51.26.12.xx(static) -Nated -10.200.2.1(localofficenetwork)
Problem using scp command with ssh
- date: February 16, 2009
Despite searching through here and google for the answer (which all seem to point to what I am doing), can anyone suggest what I might be doing wrong with the following?
I simply want to copy a file from my office desktop to my home laptop using ssh. I have tried a range of scp commands in line with what I have read online from other sites, but none seem to work and the general response seems to be:
scp -P 23 [email protected]
cp: cannot stat `[email protected]
': No such file or directory
cp: cannot stat `/some/local/Documents/Test/fileineed.bst:': No such file or directory
I have tried other alternatives to the :~/Desktop/, just to see if I can get scp to work, including typing the full pathway and home laptop IP as the other examples have indicated, but I still get the 'cannot stat' error.
I am using port 23 deliberately.
Can anyone suggest the definitive way of doing this and th
Using ssh over SecureCRT to connect into a "screen" session
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 7, 2011
I've got a pretty specific question that can probably be made slightly more general.
I own SecureCRT, which is a pretty darn good ($$$) terminal emulator for Windows. I want to use SecureCRT to connect to an external Linux machine. On my Linux machine, I also like to use "screen".
When after I connect to my Linux machine, I connect to my screen sessions via 'screen -r foo'.
Taking a step back, SecureCRT is a terminal emulator, meaning you can choose from a large amount of different terminals to emulate (VT100, VT102, ANSE, Dumb) , and additional options from there (such as the number of columns and rows). I REALLY like having lots of columns, i.e. lots of space for verbose lines of code and display.
Now all of these configurations settings are honored when I connect to the Linux machine using ssh, but when I connect to that screen session, all of my settings (well, at least the # of columns) is ignored.
This leads to wrapping at a certain # character
How to convert SSH keypairs generated using PuttyGen(Windows) into keypairs used by sshagent and KeyChain(Linux)
location: linuxexchange.com - date: December 10, 2013
I've generated key pairs using PuttyGen and been logging in using Pageant , so that I have to enter my pass-phrase only once, when my system boots.
How do I emulate this in Linux ? I've heard of keychain but I hear that it uses a different key pair format - I don't want to change my windows keys , and it would be nice if could seamlessly connect in the same manner in both Windows and Linux.
Can anyone help ?
Video Card problem? Using Puppy, TinyCoreLinux.
location: linux.com - date: March 26, 2011
Multiple family members, friends, and myself have computers that are several years old or more. These have 128-512 MB RAM. Puppy, TincyCore, and other small distros run well.
Major problem: Images do not render properly. TinyCore does not have the problem with newer computers. (I have not tried the other ones on new computers).
-photos are discolored
-text is different colors
See attached image.
I would appreciate advice on what is causing this and what to do about it. I am wondering if it is a video card driver issue. [file name=TinyCoreMonitor.jpg size=70964]http://www.linux.com/media/kunena/attachments/legacy/files/TinyCoreMonitor.jpg[/file]
dhcp vs static ip: ssh problem ubuntu 11.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 13, 2012
I set-up my ubuntu-server 11.10 out of the box and changed the interfaces settings to
# The primary network interface
iface eth0 inet static
However, I kept getting Write failed: Broken pipe issues. It worked for about 30s and than it broke. Moving it back to the original settings
iface eth0 inet dhcp
resolved the issue and I can ssh into my server and the sessions last until I close them. Unfortunately, it is far from ideal to have a dynamic ip for a server. I am wondering what I am doing wrong in my set-up of the static ip. The address is the same as the server sets in the set-up file. Gateway is the ip of the router. Not sure about netmask, broadcast, network, but the above seem to be the standard settings.
Any idea on the Write failed: Broken pipe
appreciate the help
problem using gcc
- date: May 7, 2009
i am having problems using gcc and g++ in ubuntu.it is installed allright
because i completely removed the packages and then reinstalled.
if i run i get these errors.i have kubuntu too and i have no problems in it.i have both gcc-3.4 and gcc-4.2 installed.but no probs in kubuntu.
:~$ cc a.c
cc: error trying to exec 'cc1': execvp: No such file or directory
:~$ g++ a.c
g++: error trying to exec 'cc1plus': execvp: No such file or directory
:~$ gcc a.c
gcc: error trying to exec 'cc1': execvp: No such file or directory
:~$ c++ a.c
c++: error trying to exec 'cc1plus': execvp: No such file or directory
Help with Ubuntu server remote ssh and local network ssh issues using putty.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 17, 2012
I have recently installed Ubuntu Server 12.04 on my home server. There are 2 issues that I am trying to solve.
First of all, I am having trouble connecting using Putty on my Windows 7 machine on the local network. I can, however, connect locally using my laptop which has Debian 6.0.4 and it works great so I am sure that I have the ssh server up and running on the server machine. The only 3 lines that I changed in the sshd_config file were "Port xxxx", "PermitRootLogin no", and "X11Forwarding no", everything else is default.
In Putty I enter the local static IP (which I set) of the server and the port which I am now using after changing the sshd_config file. I also set the correct auto-login username for the server. When I try to connect, it gives me: "Putty Fatal Error: Network Error: Connection Refused"
Also I am having trouble connecting remotely from my laptop with Debian 6.0.4 on it. I did enable port forwarding on
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