anyone have a shell server I can use for a test?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Mon Jul 30 19:40:14 UTC 2018
I have written, let me know if it did not get through.
That shell list in the prior post is amazing, but I need someone who can
answer questions if I am going to trouble shoot why my dh key exchanges
are failing at places where they worked before.
On Mon, 30 Jul 2018, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Contact me off list at:
> janina at rednote.net
> Linux for blind general discussion writes:
>> Hi folks,
>> While the reason is complex, the goal is rather simple.
>> I need a location where I can test my ssh telnet client. somewhere I can
>> use a syntax like the below,
>> sshcommand username hostname
>> and because I know I have permission, I can be sure the test will work.
>> Anyone run their own private server where I can have access for say 12
>> Or know of a public service where I might run the test?
>> come to think of it, an ftp server would work too...so long as I can have
>> access using sftp.
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