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This may be too simple for the old hats, please be patient I want to be able to control " headless boxes" no mouse,keyboard or monitor. I already have 3 ...
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    Question Newbie needs network help


    This may be too simple for the old hats, please be patient

    I want to be able to control " headless boxes" no mouse,keyboard or monitor. I already have 3 boxes shareing a KVM. Want to add nodes. everything will share an 8 port GigaByte switch. all will be behind a router. Do Not need to login remotely . Ie: from the outsideworld in through the router.
    any hints, or links to tutorials would be appreciated.
    So far all I've come across involves remote access and Windows based systems

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    SSH is enabled by default on most Linux installations.

    The SSH server config file is /etc/ssh/sshd_config. Edit as needed to allow yourself remote access/administration.

    SSH Tutorial

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