I upgraded this server from OS X Mountain Lion Server to OS X Mavericks Server two nights ago….. The server is remotely managed by Macstadium and they HOOKED me up when it didn’t return from the upgrade. They rebuilt the upgrade from USB and put it back where it needed to be! Kudos to Phil @ … Continue Reading
If you have a Cisco device you’re wanting to get SSH access to, you can’t just SSH into the box right from the get go. There are a couple things to do first: Add an IP Address to an Interface (from config mode)
ipv4 address 172.16.184.11 255.255.255.0
Enable SSH (from config mode)
Create a DSA key (from … Continue Reading
If you enable SSH on your mac, you’ll notice that you can’t easily change the listening port. This means that if you leave your computer connected for any time to the Internet you’ll see all sorts of brute force login attempts in /var/log/system.log. To change the default port (22) of SSH on a Mac it’s … Continue Reading
Here’s a super simple one for today: How to start SSH daemon (sshd) in Ubuntu. (needs internet access) 1. Download SSH sudo apt-get install ssh 2. Start SSH service ssh start Pretty easy wasn’t it?