Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of ssh


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Timestamp:
Feb 28, 2008, 11:42:05 AM (12 years ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
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    77In order to secure shell, you will need a user account that has been granted "Server Access" via the [https://members.mayfirst.org/cp Members Control Panel]. You can see if your username has been granted this privilege by selecting "Server Access" from the Services drop down menu. If your user is not listed, click "Add item" to add your user.
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     9You will also need a secure shell program. If you are running Linux or Mac OS X, then you probably have it installed already. Look for a program called "Terminal" in your utilities folder (on a Macintosh, it's usually found in the Applications -> Utilities folder; on linux you can usually find it in your utilities menu). You can secure shell into our servers by typing something along the lines of:
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     11{{{
     12ssh your-username@your-server
     13}}}
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     15For example:
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     17{{{
     18ssh jamie@chavez.mayfirst.org
     19}}}
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     21If you are using Windows, there is a free secure shell program called Putty available for [http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html download]. When you run Putty, it will ask for your hostname (enter your primary server), your username, and your password.
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    923== A note on fingerprints ==
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