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Learn the in's and out's of using SSH on your Linux box from this newly-rewritten tutorial.
This tutorial isn't going to cover how to install SSH, but will cover how to use it for a variety of tasks. Consult your Linux distribution's document for information on how to setup OpenSSH.

Chances are that if you are using a version of Linux that was installed within the last 4 or 5 years that you already have OpenSSH installed. The version of SSH that you will want to use on Linux is called OpenSSH. As of this writing (January 2006), the latest version available is 4.2, but you may encounter versions from 3.6 on up. If you are using anything lower than version 3.9, you should upgrade it.
 read more | mail this link | score:7808 | -Ray, March 4, 2006
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