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Thread: X Windows navigation and sftp
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- Join Date
- Aug 2005
X Windows navigation and sftp
1. what are the keyboard commands to navigate through the X-windows desktop for a Unix OpenServer 5... anyone? I know, linux/unix.. but i figured they might be similar.
2. I'm trying to sftp into the linux box (red hat), and when i do sftp 22.214.171.124, it says connection refused. is there a setting somewhere to enable ftp connections?
- Join Date
- Mar 2005
Re: X Windows navigation and sftpOriginally Posted by MichaelK
sftp and ftp are different. sftp is part of ssh. what distro are you using? I know in fedora ssh is enabled by default.
run ps -e to see a list of running processes. if you want ssh, check to see if sshd is listed.
to see a complete list of avaliable services, and if there turned on and in what run levels they run in, do:
chkconfig --list <--might have to be root
to have sshd, or any other service, start automatically, as root run:
chkconfig --level [WHAT_EVER_RUN_LEVELS_YOU_WANT] sshd on
have a look at the /etc/inittab file for info on the different run levels
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