Talkback for article: 278, January2003
Automating system administration with ssh and scp
From: tarzeau <gurkan(at)linuks.mine.nu>
[ date: 2003-01-05 ]
there's iBackup which makes the backup of configuration files without
having to worry wheter you have all files, http://www.linuks.mine.nu/ibackup/
From: Stefan <smeister_1(at)web.de>
[ date: 2003-01-15 ]
It is also possible to copy ONE File from one Host to another by this way:
tar -cf - <localfile> | ssh -l <remoteHost> "( tar -xf - )"
On the local side the "tar -cf - <localfile>" Command creates a Stream which is piped into the ssh-Command. After the succesful login (by hand) on the remote side, ssh performs the Command "( tar -xf - )" immediatly which puts the Datastream back into a File. The Filename is the one from the local side (<localfile>).
[ date: 2003-04-14 ]
Hi, I've found a little mistake that prevents the main script ainstall.sh to work fine :
This mistake is a miss of double quote: '"' at the end of this line:
>> echo "If the name of commands.txt is commands_empty.txt then it is <<
From: xanurik <xanurik(at)nays.ru>
[ date: 2003-06-16 ]
Кто-нибудь, подскажите, где взять список команд для SSH.... плиз....
From: linhv <linhv(at)yeah.net>
[ date: 2003-07-16 ]
I want to use the command "scp" to copy files to another compuer without out
input the password interactively,Please tell me how to write the file needed.
From: Erdal Mutlu <erdal(at)linuxfocus.org>
[ date: 2004-01-10 ]
Bi mojete eto http://www.openssh.org nayti.
ssh, scp, ssh-keygen, ssh-add, ssh-agent, sftp, sftp-server, ssh-keysign,
From: Anonymous User
[ date: 2004-04-20 ]
Yeah but it's nice for the french guys like me to read some french ...
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