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SSH Login Without Password Setup Script

SSH Login Without Password Setup Script

About This is a simple script to allow you to easily setup RSA keys and upload the public key to a remote host for SSH login without requiring a password. This can also be used to add an extra layer of security to your server by using RSA keys and a password. Features Setup SSH login without a password using RSA keys Setup SSH login with a password and using RSA keys Description I found I kept forgetting how to…

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WinSCP: Simply copy to remote Linux server

WinSCP: Simply copy to remote Linux server

Overview I wanted a simple method to regularly copy some files from my Windows PC to my file server via SSH. I already used WinSCP to manage files on file server, so just wanted a way to automate a backup similar to rsync. This is a brief tutorial on how to create a simple Winscp script to copy files from a Windows PC to a remote Linux server Solution 1. First download and install WinSCP. 2. Create a new text…

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Netgear WPN824v2 Port Forwarding Issues

Netgear WPN824v2 Port Forwarding Issues

I came across an error when setting up SSH port forwarding on a WPN824v2 router Port conflict with other service. I found the way to fix this was to turn off UPnP. After that I could add the port forward. I also found that Logmein suddenly became much quicker. So it could be that UPnP is not very good on this router.

CentOS 6: Setup SSH to run on startup

CentOS 6: Setup SSH to run on startup

By default with CentOS 6 SSH is not configured to run on startup. Meaning you will have to activate the service every time before being able to use SSH on the CentOS server. To enable SSH to run on boot run the following command. chkconfig sshd on This can be applied to any service you want to run on boot. Once this is done restart the server and SSH will be started.