New answers tagged ssh
The OSX Microsoft Remote Desktop client does not seem to support the default authentication method used by Windows 7+ The solution is to do the following on the Windows machine: Start -> Edit Group Policy Computer configuration Administrative Templates Windows Components Remote Desktop Services Remote Desktop Session Host Security Change ...
I know it does not answer your question directly, but have you tried using a config file to map you keys to servers? in .ssh create a file called config In the file put your server entries and map the key Host server1 HostName 10.10.10.1 User myUser IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa then you can just run ssh server1
Based on the source code for the current version of SSH that's shipping with Mavericks (located here), it appears that the functionality of the config option KeychainIntegration has not yet been implemented. I'm making this assumption based on the contents of openssh/readconf.h, which does not reference the KeychainIntegration option. It does, however, ...
Yes, you can use the iCloud Back to My Mac address to SSH/VNC in. You can obtain your address using the following command. dns-sd -E The final line shows the account number. Use the following syntax for determining the address: computername.number.members.btmm.icloud.com Providing you have port forwarded correctly, you can use this address to connect ...
The LC_ALL variable having an empty value was causing the problem. So the solution of this problem can be found on SO here: On mac, the LC_ALL variable is not set by default. So writing: export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 in your ~/.bash_profile fixes the problem. I assume that You have a default SSH config that has LC_* in the SendEnv configuration.
Martin, You have set up two conflicting networks in the Mac. The way to fix this is to tell the Mac exactly what you want to do which is, I assume, to share your Mac's WiFi 'net connection over Ethernet to your Linux box. The first thing you need to do is take out all references to a network over the Ethernet interface as Sharing will take care of all ...
I've fixed this problem in MacPorts' sshd by porting a patch from Apple's sshd (which can be found at http://opensource.apple.com/source/OpenSSH/OpenSSH-186/). Apple moved the function that calls sandbox_init(3) (which calls dlopen(3) internally) before the chroot(2) call that would make loading the library fail. The required patches are ...
It's a Springboard glitch where the apps aren't shown. Install (or reinstall) a tweak in Cydia, then respring. Delete /var/mobile/Library/Caches/com.apple.mobile.installation.plist then respring.
Top 50 recent answers are included