Often I face such situation: I sshed into a remote server which I had some programs running on, and I want to copy those output files back to my local machine. What I do is remember the file path on remote machine, exit the connection, then scp user@remote:filepath ..
I'm remotely controlling a linux machine via ssh.
but i want to reboot my own local machine into another os to print something (i cannot print from ubuntu).
if I shutdown my local machine, is the process in ssh still running?
(i'm running the webpage2html.py on the remote machine)
I have a mandrake 10.2 machine. I want to send mail from it to my XP machine from the command line (within a bash script). The XP machine is on local intranet at work. E-mail comes from windows server somewhere at work. The mdk 10.2 is at work also. Our IT has set up an e-mail account on our local domain.
user at eagle.com = email account on windows server
Hello, i have found that one of my users in history output loggs in wtih tty5 console. All of the other users use the pts/0 or pts/1 to log in.
Does it mean that he is loggin in locally to the phisical machine instead of remote login?
How can i block local login access to the phisical machine for particular users or all of them?
Thanks in advance for all of the tips.