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Re: ssh tutorial



On Sat, 6 Jun 2009, gmspro wrote:

>
> Thank you.
> Can you give a specific example of
>
> ssh yourserver
>
> What would be the "yourserver"?

  i'm sorry but i have to ask -- do you actually know what the "ssh"
command is supposed to do?  seriously, asking how to use "ssh",
reproducing the sample line "ssh yourserver" and asking what to put in
place of "yourserver" is like saying, "i want to log into another
machine with telnet.  help tells me that the command is 'telnet
othermachine'.  what do i use for 'othermachine'?"

  i apologize if that sounds harsh but, given that you've asked the
same trivial question about four times now, i'm not convinced that
you're ready for ssh.

rday
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