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Am trying to copy a tar file onto a series of remote hosts and untar it at the destination. Need to do this without having to do multiple ssh.
Actions to perform within a single ssh session via shell script
- copy a file
- untar at destination (remote host)
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just installed the netsec.options.tcpwrapper from expansion pack, which used to be a rpm, for my aix 6.1 test box.
it is so unpredictable. i set up the hosts.deny as suggested for all and allow the sshd for specific ip addresses/hostnames.
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I am using the windows 2003 server R2 in there we are using the putty as to access the different AP's
now from the primary AP i want to login to several different AP's using a script
what the script will do is :-
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i hope this hasn't been covered previously. has anyone heard of a .kext or daemon that would allow linux or (open)solaris-like vt switching? googling didn't help much..
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I used to know a comand that you could log in as another user from root, if you didn't know the password for the account.
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This is my first posts and I did search for a questions but did not find a question that answered my question unless of course I overlooked it.
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Im trying to use host.allow & host.deny to resrtic access to my sun machine, but it doesnt seem to work... I want to allow full access from certain IPīs (ssh,http,ftp,etc...) but deny all kind of conections from outsideworld, the way that im doing that is:
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How can i switch shells on linux and freebsd?
i tried changing the passwd file and restarted the computer but i still get the same old shell. anybody has the answer?
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