Archive for the tag 'SSH'



Feb 18 2016

SSH, Default Shell and Command History on AS400

Published by under AS400

QSHELL and PASE on IBM i are nice tools but remain quite limited with the fixed size 5250 window without scroll bars. Let’s see how to make it better with a secure SSH connection and a few tricks.  Launch SSH Daemon Considering SSH is installed on your AS400 ie 5733SC1 (OpenSSH, OpenSSL, zlib) in LICPGM, […]

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Mar 11 2011

MRemote multi-tab remote connection manager

Published by under Misc

Not a technical post but a useful piece of software… I was pissed off having so many windows on my desktop while connecting to different remote services. Till I found MRemote that lets you manage all your network connections in a single multi tab window. You can create Remote desktop, SSH, telnet, VNC and many […]

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Dec 21 2008

Synchronize Directories with Rsync and SSH

Published by under SSH

To copy or synchronize data across servers with SSH encryption benefits, run on the target: rsync -avz -e ssh remoteuser@remotehost:/remote/dir /local/dir/

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Nov 20 2008

Environment Variables and SSH

Published by under SSH

Very few environment variables are defined when connecting to a remote host with an SSH authorized key.   # ssh localhost env SHELL=/bin/bash SSH_CLIENT= 53816 22 USER=dave MAIL=/var/mail/dave PATH=/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games PWD=/home/dave LANG=en_US.UTF-8 SHLVL=1 HOME=/home/dave LOGNAME=dave SSH_CONNECTION= 53816 22 _=/usr/bin/env   To run a program calling libs from an unusual location, we’d need to redefine the […]

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Sep 04 2008

Access X11 Applications via SSH and Putty

Published by under Linux

You would like to access X11 applications on your server, but it is only reachable with SSH? Nevermind with Putty! Putty allows you to create an SSH tunnel in which the X11 flow is encapsulated: X11 forwarding.   xorg-x11-xauth has to be installed on the server side to be authenticated on X. Launch a graphical […]

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