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Usage of SSH-servers
Connection to Chalmers ssh servers provides access to the Linux terminal environment, Linux home directory including www-directory (mounted from sol.ita.chalmers.se) and group file-areas, (mounted from sol.ita.chalmers.se). You can copy or move files.
Chalmers has two SSH-servers.
The server names are:
After the server names we have written the fingerprints from the servers RSA public keys, they are the same for remote11 and remote12. First old format, then the new format that is shown to newer versions of ssh-clients.
- Computer with SSH (secure shell) client-software
- Internet connection
SSH client software is installed in CDA-Linux and is usually installed in all modern Linux / Unix variants). There are also client software for Windows and Mac computers.
For Windows, you can use the putty or winscp programs, for Mac there is amongst others Terminal.App, Cyberduck and FileZilla. Some of these software programs are used to move or copy files, others to write commands in a Linux terminal.
How do I login? You login with:
User name: CID (your Chalmers ID)
Password: your CID-password
An example of a command that connects to an SSH-server from a Linux or a Mac terminal window. In the example, the username (CID) is 'kalle':
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