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Cool tips and tricks for SSH, including X forwarding, (s)ftp, remote filesystem mounting, and an SSH SOCKS function...
Most Linux users already know the bare basics of using OpenSSH. You use ssh to get a secure shell into a remote system, sftp for Secure FTP, and scp for copying files. All well and good.

But OpenSSH can do quite a bit more than many users realize. Let's take a look at some of the things you can do with OpenSSH and associated tools.
 read more | score:6513 | -Ray, January 20, 2011
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