SSH tricks

Wednesday, 5 July 2006, 9:27 PM EST

SSH (secure shell) is a program enabling secure access to remote filesystems. Not everyone is aware of other powerful SSH capabilities, such as passwordless login, automatic execution of commands on a remote system or even mounting a remote folder using SSH! In this article we’ll cover these features and much more.

SSH works in a client-server mode. It means that there must be an SSH daemon running on the server we want to connect to from our workstation.

At Jaki Linux.

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