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secure shell, ssh, is a command line based method of talking to another computer. By default, there is no graphical interface associated with ssh. Speed The speed of your upload is probably limited by your Internet connection. The protocol used to transfer the files will make a difference but it may not be significant. Domestic quality Internet ...


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You can stop the ssh service by typing the following: $ sudo launchctl unload /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/ssh.plist To start it again, use this: $ sudo launchctl load -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/ssh.plist


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Shouldn't there be a window showing available files both local and remote server? Shouldn't I be able to drag and drop from local to specific folder on server? I think what you are looking for is an SCP or SFTP (secure copy or secure FTP) with a GUI. SSH (secure shell) is a Terminal or command line interface to your system - it's not a file ...


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If the purpose is only to support a single application which does all of its input via STDIN/STDOUT, you should be able to use the old UNIX trick of specifying that program as the user's shell. First off, you would need to create a user account for the person; I don't believe you would be able to use the built in "Guest account" since not only do I think it ...


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So not sure how you created the user but if you are expecting a locally cached home directory, and this is not a network account, you will want to user commands like the following to create the user account: Credit for Script: http://wiki.freegeek.org/index.php/Mac_OSX_adduser_script dscl . -create /Users/$USERNAME dscl . -create /Users/$USERNAME UserShell ...


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A better way to do it is save the selection in a temporary file and use tmux load-buffer command to load it into the paste buffer, and then C-b ] to paste. Otherwise you may have problems with long text lines that don't fit into the screen. Also, tabs might not be preserved and long lines may be broken down. I have to mention another (easier) way to do it ...


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I had to do the following steps in order to make it work. # Change working directory cd ~/.ssh # Remove the old public key rm id_rsa.pub # Create a new public key ssh-keygen -y -f id_rsa > id_rsa.pub # Change permission chmod 600 id_rsa* # Add the key to ssh ssh-add id_rsa # Then finally test it (I used github) ssh -i id_rsa.pub git@github.com The ...



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