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Re: Connect linux PC to linux PC



On Apr 4, 2005 3:47 PM, Rick Stevens <rstevens vitalstream com> wrote:
> Andy Green wrote:
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> > jim lawrence wrote:
> >
> > | Is there a GUI for ssh it is running on the Desktop now
> > | For me just to connect to it, and maybe browse it?  then copy files to
> > | and from ?
> >
> > If you want this GUI type stuff, you need to install KDE.
> >
> > | ssh work for this?
> >
> > ssh itself is mainly used to literally log into a remote machine and get
> > a shell.
> >
> > However it comes with this other program scp, which allows the encrypted
> > file transfer action between machines.
> >
> > So what you can do is
> >
> > ssh username hostname
> >
> > to get a remote shell, where you can use cd, ls -l, and whatever to poke
> > around on the remote server to see what is where, and then when you
> > identify the file you need to copy, run scp as I described before in a
> > second terminal window.
> 
> Actually, ssh is a gateway to a lot of stuff.  It sets up a secure
> connection between machines.  At its lowest level, yes, it gives you a
> shell.  However, as you pointed out, scp uses the ssh to tunnel a remote
> copy session so it's secure.  Ditto with sftp (secure ftp tunneled over
> the ssh session).  Also ditto with "vncviewer -via host host2" (secure
> VNC session tunneled over the ssh session) and a raft of other things.
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I got it !!! firewall on desktop Pc was causing the issue  Now
when i exit the terminal will it terminate the connection?  Also i
supose i could create a script to create this connection automatically
for me?

[jim JimsNotebook ~]$ ssh jim 192 168 1 50
The authenticity of host '192.168.1.50 (192.168.1.50)' can't be established.
RSA key fingerprint is XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
Warning: Permanently added '192.168.1.50' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.
jim 192 168 1 50's password:
Last login: Wed Mar 30 10:20:51 2005
[jim jimsdesktop ~]$ 

Why the can't be established ?


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