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How can I allow incoming SSH connections on my mac (Mac OS X 10.6.4) from other machines on the same network?
Every time I'm trying to scp something on the machine I get a Connection refused error.

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Someone please add the scp tag. –  Alex Sep 20 '10 at 7:14

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In order to allow SSH incoming connections to your Mac, you need to enable Remote Login in Sharing Preferences pane.

Here’s a picture: Sharing Pane

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