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I have 2 pc's networked at my home. Both are running Debian 3.1 and they are connected to internet through a switch and the switch is connected to ADSL modem. ...
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- 11-06-2005 #1
How to login to local network through SSH?
I have 2 pc's networked at my home. Both are running Debian 3.1 and they are connected to internet through a switch and the switch is connected to ADSL modem.
Inorder for me to login to first pc from second pc-what are the files I have to edit in first pc?
I vaguely know that I have to edit the /etc/hosts.allow file in fiirst pc to allow the second pc to login to first. What is the exact format I have to add in /etc/hosts.allow for the second pc to login into first through SSH?Registered Linux User#394486
- 11-06-2005 #2
The only files I remember editing with ssh was the ssh config file @ /etc/ssh/ssh_config.
- 11-06-2005 #3
I figured it out... what I have done is added the host names in both of the pc's in /etc/hosts
and >ssh -l username ipaddress
After that it asks for password and all set to go.
Thank you for the help DylunioRegistered Linux User#394486
- 11-06-2005 #4
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or "ssh username@ipaddress"