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Linux Server clinic: Connect securely with ssh

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You'll undoubtedly want to use ssh to work on your servers from remote sites, but it takes an assortment of tricks to keep progress rolling smoothly. While the ability to work remotely has always been one of the Linux advantages system programmers and administrators have most enjoyed, setting up for remote access takes more than one simple recipe. This article show you, with the proper use of ssh, neither distance nor firewalls need keep you from your servers.
 read more | score:6744 | -solrac, July 15, 2003
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