How to install and use SSH Server on Ubuntu 6.10

December 18, 2006 at 3:33 pm | Posted in Kubuntu, SSH, Ubuntu | 1 Comment


How to install SSH Server for remote administration service

sudo apt-get install ssh

How to SSH into remote Ubuntu machine

e.g. Assumed that remote Ubuntu machine have installed SSH Server service. Read How to install SSH Server for remote administration service. Remote Ubuntu machine: 192.168.0.1

ssh username@192.168.0.1

How to copy files/folders from remote Ubuntu machine into local machine (scp)

e.g. Assumed that remote Ubuntu machine have installed SSH Server service. Read How to install SSH Server for remote administration service

Remote Ubuntu machine: 192.168.0.1
Remote files/folders location: /home/username/remotefile.txt
Local machine save location: . (current directory)

scp -r username@192.168.0.1:/home/username/remotefile.txt .

How to copy files/folders from local machine into remote Ubuntu machine (scp)

Assumed that remote Ubuntu machine have installed SSH Server service
Local files/folders location: localfile.txt
Remote Ubuntu machine: 192.168.0.1
Remote Ubuntu machine save location: /home/username/

scp -r localfile.txt username@192.168.0.1:/home/username/

How to copy files/folders from remote Ubuntu machine into local machine (rsync)

Assumed that remote Ubuntu machine have installed SSH Server service
Remote Ubuntu machine: 192.168.0.1
Remote files/folders location: /home/username/remotefile.txt
Local machine save location: . (current directory)

rsync -v -u -a –delete –rsh=ssh –stats username@192.168.0.1:/home/username/remotefile.txt .

How to copy files/folders from local machine into remote Ubuntu machine (rsync)

Assumed that remote Ubuntu machine have installed SSH Server service
Read How to install SSH Server for remote administration service
Local files/folders location: localfile.txt
Remote Ubuntu machine: 192.168.0.1
Remote Ubuntu machine save location: /home/username/

rsync -v -u -a –delete –rsh=ssh –stats localfile.txt username@192.168.0.1:/home/username/

How to mount remote folders into local Ubuntu machine (sshfs)

Assumed that remote machine has installed SSH Server service
Read #How to install SSH Server for remote administration service
Remote machine: 192.168.0.1
Remote machine folder location: /media/music

Install sshfs

sudo apt-get install sshfs

Load kernel driver for sshfs

sudo modprobe fuse

For permanent use add ‘fuse’ at the end of /etc/modules

gksudo gedit /etc/modules

Join the ‘fuse’ user group

sudo adduser your_user_name fuse

Logout and login for this to take effect.

Create local mountpoint in your home directory

mkdir ~/remote_music

Mount the remote folder into ~/remote_music

sshfs 192.168.0.1:/media/music ~/remote_music

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  1. The package sshfs no longer exists


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