Difference between revisions of "Secure Shell"

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* '''KDE''' (Linux)
 
* '''KDE''' (Linux)
 
*# open Dolphin
 
*# open Dolphin
*# add entry to Places panel [[File:Kde_dolphin1.png|top|100px|caption]]
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*# add entry to Places panel [[File:Kde_dolphin1.png|100px|caption]]
*# use <code>fish://user@linux.ucla.edu</code> for the location [[File:Kde_dolphin2.png|top|200px|caption]]
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*# use <code>fish://user@linux.ucla.edu</code> for the location [[File:Kde_dolphin2.png|200px|caption]]
 
* '''GNOME''' (Linux)
 
* '''GNOME''' (Linux)
 
*# open File Manager
 
*# open File Manager
*# add entry to Places panel [[File:Tux.png|top|100px|caption]]
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*# add entry to Places panel [[File:Tux.png|100px|caption]]
*# use <code>sftp://user@linux.ucla.edu</code> for the location [[File:Tux.png|top|100px|caption]]
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*# use <code>sftp://user@linux.ucla.edu</code> for the location [[File:Tux.png|100px|caption]]
 
* '''Windows'''
 
* '''Windows'''
 
*# install [http://winscp.net/eng/index.php WinSCP]
 
*# install [http://winscp.net/eng/index.php WinSCP]

Revision as of 01:54, 12 April 2013

Members can access their account remotely via SSH.

Connecting

From the terminal

To initiate a normal SSH session:

 $ ssh user@linux.ucla.edu

or if you want X forwarding:

 $ ssh -X user@linux.ucla.edu

To transfer files, use scp:

 $ scp user@linux.ucla.edu:homework1.txt ~/Documents
 $ ls ~/Documents
 ... homework1.txt ...

From the GUI

  • KDE (Linux)
    1. open Dolphin
    2. add entry to Places panel caption
    3. use fish://user@linux.ucla.edu for the location caption
  • GNOME (Linux)
    1. open File Manager
    2. add entry to Places panel caption
    3. use sftp://user@linux.ucla.edu for the location caption
  • Windows
    1. install WinSCP
  • OS X
    1.  ???

Available software

  • Debian
  • GCC
  • Python
  • OpenJDK
  • OCaml
  • GNU Prolog
  • Racket (for Scheme)
  • CLISP
  • Octave (alternative to MatLab)
  • LaTeX
  • Vim
  • Emacs