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Create a bash alias for a SSH command, e.g. sshToWork
1 23 posted 6 years ago by adamokruhlicaeu
This script opens an SSL tunnel between a source host and a target host.
1 28 posted 6 years ago by miceno
How to automatically login with SSH. Also known as “key-based authorization with SSH” or simply “publickey authorization”.
0 24 posted 7 years ago by tinytiger
OK, getting sick of typing my password.
0 19 posted 8 years ago by tregeagle
File transfer keeping dir structure
1 17 posted 8 years ago by blackthorne
Perform command on all hosts found in **~/.ssh/known_hosts** Works better when [**auth.sh**](http://snipplr.com/view/46699/authsh/ "auth.sh") has been run on each host first.
0 19 posted 8 years ago by cruelfate
Check the version of CentOS
0 15 posted 8 years ago by klovera
Shows the load of the cpu graphically in ssh (note you must install htop first)
0 17 posted 8 years ago by klovera
Zipping Files on ssh using terminal etc
0 12 posted 8 years ago by bubaphex
This allow serve web pages to internet behind a firewall, using a linux server with a public IP address running sshd. We must have root credentials and sshd configured with: GatewayPorts yes
0 19 posted 8 years ago by wnasich
rsync doesn't like to copy files from host to host. This is sort of the "old school" unix way - tar everything to a pipe, then pipe everything out. It's how we used to copy directories remotely before we had tools like rsync. I'm definitely open to s...
0 9 posted 8 years ago by 4fthawaiian
0 9 posted 8 years ago by iroybot
0 12 posted 8 years ago by ragnarokkrr
0 8 posted 8 years ago by ragnarokkrr
ssh localhost -CgL 8080(your computer IP address or name):80
0 16 posted 8 years ago by inreflection7
Ever wanted to execute remote commands with sudo while redirecting output to a file that doesn't belong to the user you login with? Combine single quotes with double quotes!
0 5 posted 8 years ago by nohn
0 19 posted 8 years ago by xz
0 17 posted 8 years ago by pacifists
Command to transfer files between servers using the command line.
0 18 posted 8 years ago by frigga
how to compress files on servers with out zip support
0 9 posted 8 years ago by springy
0 21 posted 9 years ago by vigoncas
0 5 posted 9 years ago by l4u
I use this to quickly (in one line) copy my own id_rsa.pub to remote server so I can connect w/out using my password.
1 18 posted 9 years ago by electblake
0 12 posted 9 years ago by bionic
1. Create a proxy on 8080 to foreword traffic to your server 2. Install Foxyproxy and use options 127.0.0.1:8080 and SOCKS5 enabled 3. Profit
1 17 posted 9 years ago by benpjohnson
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