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==Also on the Wiki==
~[[OpenSSH]] - SSH server package


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Puppy doesn't come with an ssh server by default you can get one, for example [[OpenSSH]].
Once downloaded an appropriate package to your Puppy server machine clicking on the file will bring up the puppy package manager and install the package for you.
Typically the ""OpenSSH"" package will be a per-configured server that only allows one user to login. For example, the user spot. The installation may ask for a new password for the users //root// and also //spot//.
==Login to Server via Client==
Once you have installed the SSH server go to the client machine on the same network - assuming you can "ping" the puppy machine you will then be able to enter
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puppy doesn't come with an ssh server by default you can get one from here
http://www.puppylinux.ca/tpp/big_bass/openssh-5.1.pet
this site requires to be authenticated - using the username: puppy and password: linux
Once downloaded to your puppy machine clicking on the file will bring up the puppy package manager and install the package for you.
This pre-configured open-ssh server only allows the user spot to login to the puppy machine running this server. During the installation you will be prompted to enter a new password for root and also for the user spot.
Once you have the above pet installed go to another machine on the same network - assuming you can "ping" the puppy machine you will then be able to enter


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==Client==
==Getting an SSH Server for Puppy==
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=====Getting an SSH Server for Puppy=====


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[[HomePage]] > [[ComponentHowTo Components and HowTos]] > [[Networking]]
====Using SSH with Puppy====
==What is SSH==
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==Categories==
CategoryNetworking
CategoryTutorial
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======Using SSH with Puppy======
=====What is SSH=====
CategoryHowTo


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Edited on 2009-12-26 20:50:49 by PhilDaintree [bread cat]
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The ssh suite of programs also comes with scp - secure copy program that allows files to be transferred over an ssh connection - there are also windows and graphical scp programs such as [[http://winscp.net/eng/index.php the open source winscp]], this is a windows program that allows multiple files to be transferred over scp in secure and convenient way - similar to ftp - but securely.
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The ssh suite of programs also comes with scp - secure copy program that allows files to be transferred over an ssh connection - there are also windows and graphical scp programs such as [[http://winscp.net/eng/index.php the open source winscp]] that allows multiple files to be transferred over scp in secure and convenient way - similar to ftp - but securely.


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CategoryHowTo


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Edited on 2009-12-26 20:48:31 by PhilDaintree [bread cat]
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this site requires to be authenticated - using the username: puppy and password: linux
Once downloaded to your puppy machine clicking on the file will bring up the puppy package manager and install the package for you.


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Edited on 2009-12-26 20:45:36 by PhilDaintree [bread cat]
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#ssh somehost
#ssh -lsomeuser somehost
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#ssh //somehost//
#ssh -l//someuser// //somehost//


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Edited on 2009-12-26 20:44:53 by PhilDaintree [bread cat]
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This pre-configured open-ssh server only allows the user spot to login to the puppy machine running this server. During the installation you will be prompted to enter a new password for root and also for the user spot.
You need to determine the ip address of your puppy machine - from rxvt terminal use :
Once you have the above pet installed go to another machine on the same network - assuming you can "ping" the puppy machine you will then be able to enter
#ssh -lspot WW.XX.YY.ZZ
Once you have established the connection as spot, to be able to do anything you will also need to switch user - su to the root administrator - you will then be prompted to enter the root password.
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%%(bash)
%%(bash)
This only allows the user spot to login to the puppy machine running this server. You need to determine the ip address of your puppy machine - from rxvt terminal use :
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Once you have the above pet installed go to your ubuntu box - assuming you can ping the puppy machine you will then be able to enter
$ssh -lspot WW.XX.YY.ZZ
If you want to give your puppy machine a name - then you can edit /etc/hosts on your ubuntu machine and make WW.XX.YY.ZZ refer to a name of your choosing.


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