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Re: ssh tutorial



I just did this and it worked for me.

ssh abc p q r s

p.q.r.s is the ip address of the remote pc.

Both pc have openssh-server,openssh-client installed.

--- On Sun, 6/7/09, Rick Sewill <rsewill cableone net> wrote:

> From: Rick Sewill <rsewill cableone net>
> Subject: Re: ssh tutorial
> To: "Community assistance, encouragement, and advice for using Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
> Date: Sunday, June 7, 2009, 5:53 AM
> On Sat, 2009-06-06 at 13:24 -0500,
> Gregory P. Ennis wrote:
> > On Fri, 2009-06-05 at 23:39 -0700, gmspro wrote:
> > > Would anyone tell how to use ssh command in
> brief?
> > > 
> > 
> > Cris gave a great explanation.  and looking at
> the man page is also a
> > must.
> > 
> > In practical terms ssh replaces telnet so that your
> computer to computer
> > connections can be accomplished with encrypted tcp/ip
> packets.  You can
> > establish computer to computer connections with
> telnet, but it does not
> > customarily encrypt which means the content of your
> connection can be
> > sniffed and understood by someone monitoring your
> network.  ssh prevents
> > the sniffer from understanding what is being sent from
> computer to
> > computer.  
> > 
> > Because ssh is so much better than telnet, telnet
> servers are usually
> > turned off and not used. 
> > 
> > Greg
> > 
> 
> Chris' explanation is good.
> 
> May I suggest the original questioner needs to "find" the
> information
> needed to connect to "that particular" ssh server. 
> The original
> questioner may need to talk with the person (ssh server
> administrator)
> who is running the ssh server.  The ssh server
> administrator should have
> a cookbook telling how to connect to his server.  I am
> assume the
> original questioner is not the ssh server administrator.
> 
> The ssh server administrator can configure which ssh
> protocol version(s)
> of ssh will work, what types of authentication will work,
> whether X11
> will will be forwarded, and many other options.  The
> ssh server
> administrator can even force a particular user to execute a
> specific
> program when the user tries to connect.
> 
> The ssh server administrator will need to create an account
> and make
> configuration changes to allow people to connect to that
> account.
> Sometimes, a ssh server administrator might create an
> "anonymous"
> account that runs a particular program, such as cvs to
> allow people to
> anonymously retrieve source code.  In every case that
> I can think of,
> the original questioner will need to find documentation on
> how to
> connect or will need to talk with the ssh server
> administrator.
> 
> I would also suggest, using the "-v" option on the ssh
> command.
> I believe one can type ssh -v -v -v user host
> From "man ssh", "
> -v      Verbose mode.  Causes ssh to
> print debugging messages about its
>         progress.  This is helpful
> in debugging connection, authentica-
>         tion, and configuration
> problems.  Multiple -v options increase
>         the verbosity.  The
> maximum is 3.
> "
> 
> The output from the "-v -v -v" options may help the ssh
> server
> administrator help the original questioner find out what is
> wrong when
> the original questioner tries to connect.
> 
> 
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