People sometimes refer to a machine as a server when it is dedicated to providing functionality to other machines. Ping6 also works as expected. Again, thanks for your patience. When I try to use the ssh protocol through Konqueror with the hostname, I get the same error. If I declare Dusername and Dpassword mvn release will fail to push anything to GitHub because it tries to use password an username instead of ssh. The other interesting thing is, I have a customized.
Also I tried to follow this instruction to check if my installation is correct:. Visit the following links: If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please. Sounds like you have either lost external connectivity missing route? For whatever reason, this is proving to be impossible and I haven't the slightest clue why. People are able to connect to my website without any problem at all, and I can use all services like ssh, ftp, scp, and so on. That said, there are just two responsible ways to use keys: — encrypt the key by providing a passphrase when you generate it. When I ssh in as the user, I have to run source.
Basically, you have to ensure the ssh daemon starts. To debug your particular case, you should follow the path your implementation of ssh follows and find out where it gets stuck. More possibly helpful info: through Konqueror, I am able to reach the machine via smb and the hostname, no problem. My router where dhcp server is setup recognizes host-names. Does that make any difference? If anyone has an Idea I would be pleased to hear it.
So, I've installed putty on my Xubuntu laptop, and it connects fine to my server. . James Nord already indicated that I do not need to use password and username parameters but it is a bit frustrating that I do not get the last step working. The hostname, let's call it appliance1 eg. However, I'd like to be able to ssh with hostname What am I missing? Big thanks to Chris for his contribution. Then ping resolved the issue.
I will describe what openssh does under Linux, other implementations differ. No host file is needed. If you like this article, please bookmark it on Delicious and Stumble it. That's only required if you'd like to ssh as some other user than the one you're currently logged into, on your local machine. Able to connect to the server. You don't need to include the hostname to ssh to another host. I have perused Stack Overflow for hours trying to see if anyone else had this problem and I have not found anything.
I followed the steps from Step 2 on I already have a key generated, which has a passphrase attached. The tutorial works for me if I do it as root but that creates a security hole. You have to know this ahead of time. I am trying to connect to a ubuntu server 12. If I've inadvertently left the impression I'm setting up a server when I'm not, it may negate the advice to give the machine a static address. Thank you very much, this solved the problem. I get the feeling I'm missing something important about Linux.
I'm just starting with a clean install of Ubuntu Server 12. I checked mine and found no startup scripts and ran the fix. If you are in a heterogeneous network with windows boxes lurking arounf and are expecting those to work you need to look into using either a dns server or enabling netbios resoution. Please refer to section 4 in the on how to debug ssh client connection. It should have an entry: nameserver If not correct it. If you're trying to reach in through your router from work etc.
I'd like to leave that as a last resort. If you need to reset your password,. So rather than rely on a username being the same on multiple systems, people typically explicitly include this info in their connection commands when using ssh. As described I can release to GitHub if I omit the password and user name parameters but copying to the Jenkins maven repository fails. Just a remark about using these forums. I would be grateful if anybody can help. I'm getting this same error message in a way that strikes me as weird.
One final suggestion is to try using hostname. Every ssh tutorial I find says that I should just be able to set it up on the remote machine and log in from anywhere using a hostname, and I have never had success with that. Your brief tutorial made a lightbulb go on regarding how to accomplish that. To view this discussion on the web visit. If this is the first problem you've had along these lines, you're extraordinarily fortunate.