uploading ssh public using web browser from Debian Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 15, 2009
I want to upload my SSH public key on a website using my web browser(this is the only available option).
My public key is present in /root/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
When i try to upload this from my web browser i have to give a path but i cannot see id_rsa.pub when i browse. Although i have enabled "show hidden files" option. That is why i can see .ssh folder but i cannot see files within .ssh using my web browser.
Any quick response is really appreciated.
ssh problem, LONG pauses
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 4, 2012
I posted a similar article to this one about 12 hours ago over in the Security Discussions forum. Apologies to those of you who have already seen it. I'm not getting any replies there, though I thought that it would be the best forum to reach people who know about ssh. I'm casting my net wider.
I am running GROMACS 4.5.4, a package for molecular simulations. It is one of Ubuntu's supported packages. I have two nearly-identical computers, AMD six-core machines both running Ubuntu 11.10 x86_64.
GROMACS has a multiprocessing-aware version (also on Ubuntu's supported software list) which uses Open MPI to communicate between CPU's. I have been using the multi-CPU version of GROMACS on a single machine for a while now. I'm trying to harness the second machine as well over Ethernet. In other words, I'm trying to set up a little cluster.
According to the Open MPI documentation, I need a working ssh connection between my master machine and slave machines. So I have installed t
Cygwin/X and ssh Problem
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 13, 2007
I am trying (and failing) to get my kde desktop to run on windows using the Cygwin/X environment
I have tried multiple ways and i have decided to use a GUI app called Mortens Cygwin X-Launcher that i found even with this app i get the exact same errors as i usually do (see image)
I am trying to connect to a linux box running Mandriva 2007 i am using Windows XP x64 Profesional and im using the most up to date Cygwin and x service.
Forwarding traffic on a specific port through an SSH tunnel using iptables
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 2, 2013
Alright, the question of why I would want to do this is probably going to be the first to come up, so I'll answer that first. I am a casual Ubuntu user and a few months back started hosting my own email server for personal and home use by. Comcast, being the wonderful ISP that they are, decided to block all of my incoming and outgoing SMTP traffic over port 25 without any kind of notification whatsoever! I hadn't had an issue with them for the past six months, so I spent about 3 days troubleshooting my configs, routing, port forwards, etc. and came up with nothing. When I finally decided to call them, I was bounced all around the "tech support" department. Of course nobody knew anything and they all told me to use my "@comcast.net" address or to talk to my service provider. At this point, I just said screw it and got myself a VPS to be a mail relay. Now the reason I'm here on the forums is that, while I was able to route mail traffic from the remote ports on the V
Open SSH authentication using public keys
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 4, 2007
I got a problem with my Open SSH server, I want the authentication to be made using
a public key file and password.
When I generated keys using SSH-KEYGEN and adding a passphrase, the server couldnt read the keys.
I got the error: "Could not open host key" or such.
I now generated keys without a passphrase and the server starts properly, i can also connect using the public key file and user name + password. Although it doesnt matter if i connect using the public key or not, not specifying the public key still allows me access using username and password, I want it to require both. Also I would like to get it working with a passphrase on my keys.
Running Ubuntu Server, 6.10 "Edgy Eft", thanks in advance!
[SOLVED] ssh portforward using rdiffbackup guide
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 18, 2009
Is it possible for usin ssh port-forward for this rdiff-backup guide?
How to chroot ssh users using Jailkit
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 1, 2006
After setting up my secure ftp server (vsftpd) I needed a solution to allow users to log in, without giving them access to the entire system.
This is my first "How To" so i hope it'll be able to help someone .
In order to set up the ssh enviroment, I used Jailkit. You can get it here.
After downloading it, compile and install it:
tar -zxvf jailkit-2.0.tar.gz
sudo make install
Setting The "Jail" Up
After you've installed it, it's time to set up the "root" directory (the directory to which the users will be jailed to).
sudo mkdir /jail
sudo chown root:root /jail
Creating the Proper Environment
The following lines will allow the logged in user to use whichever set of programs you won't to allow:
sudo jk_init -v /jail basicshell
sudo jk_init -v /jail editors
sudo jk_init -v /jail extendedshell
Chroot SSH problem: ssh working, not SFTP & SCP.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 29, 2009
I have ran a shell script to chroot SSH, this way users will not be able to browse directories and files out of the jail.
The script can be found at:
After installation I am able to successfully ssh my fedora box from a remote xp host using putty. Good! chrooted ssh is working, not the case of SFTP and SCP.
Using the same process with WinSCP results in failure.
Going after the logs I found out the following:
Jan 28 23:41:15 localhost sshd: Accepted password for testuser from 10.10.10.51 port 4385 ssh2
Jan 28 23:41:15 localhost sshd: pam_unix(sshd:session): session opened for user testuser by (uid=0)
Jan 28 23:41:15 localhost sshd: subsystem request for sftp
Jan 28 23:41:15 localhost sudo: testuser : sorry, you must have a tty to run sudo ; TTY=unknown ; PWD=/home/chroot/home/testuser ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/sbin/chroot /home/chroot /bin/su - testuser -c /u
[SOLVED] ssh problem
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 12, 2013
I have a server I cant ssh into directly from my client pc.
I can ssh to that same server if I hop across from another server.
IPtables is disabled and there isn't another firewall.
Where do I look for this config error?
SSH Problem with ciphers
- date: November 26, 2005
I have installed properly OpenSSH in two PCs which have Mandriva 2005 and SUSE 9.2 . I want to evaluate the performance of the network in relation to the cipher being used. I have also managed to use either password and public/private keys authentications.
The problem is that the transfer time is the same when I use a cipher or not ... I cant explain this...
I always apply the following steps to change a cipher :
1. Open the ssh_config (client properties)
2. Go to line "Cipher 3des"
3. Edit the existing cipher with the preffered one
4. Save the file
I use sftp [email protected]
to connect to the server and the get command to download the file to the client.
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