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    [ubuntu] Re: ssh key generation command

    I should have been more clear. I understand you can do that, but I want to do this without user input. It is a part of an installation script and I don't want to the person running it to have to...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: apt-get command without needing user to type Y to confirm

    Thanks I completely missed that earlier when going through the man page. There is a -y option that assumes "yes" as answer to all prompts.
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    [ubuntu] install script restart at end help

    I am writing an installation script and would like to (at the end of the script) say "Installation Complete your computer will restart in 5 seconds..." and wait 5 seconds then restart, but I don't...
  4. [SOLVED] apt-get command without needing user to type Y to confirm

    I am writing an installation script that installs several packages using apt-get. Is there a way to run that command with some sort of option that makes it so the user doesn't have to type Y to...
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    [ubuntu] ssh setup without needing input

    I am writing an installation script that sets up ssh keys and then sets up ssh tunnels. I want the ssh connections to be setup by the install script so that the first time you make the connections...
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    [ubuntu] ssh key generation command

    I want to run ssh-keygen -f [filename] but also specify no password. I know the -N option is used to specify the password but putting -N with nothing after it isn't permitted. All ideas are welcomed!
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    [ubuntu] Run danted on startup

    I need to run danted on startup and it needs to be run as root. What is the best way to do this? Does it involve something in /etc/init.d/ with update-rc.d defaults? I have tried adding "sudo danted"...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Tunnels on startup

    I mean I already have rsa keys setup in my /home/username/.ssh/id_rsa and I can successfully make the ssh connection without entering any password. Does specifying the file with the -i option change...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Tunnels on startup

    If I just do :
    ssh ...
    ssh ...
    ssh ...
    I think it will do them nested. That is why I was trying to execute each in their own terminal.
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Tunnels on startup

    I already have the keys set up and when I run the script on its own after I have started the system everything works. But when the script is executed on startup it doesn't work. Is there a way to run...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Tunnels on startup

    Just removing xterm -e did not work. Are you still supposed to leave the & at the end of each line? Or do you have any other thoughts? Any ideas are welcomed!
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Tunnels on startup

    The 3 ssh commands I need to have running are:
    ssh -b net1 -L net1:rt1:net2:rt2 user@net2
    ssh -b net3 -L net3:rt3:net4:rt4 user@net4
    ssh -D net1:rt2 user@net

    What's the best way do you think to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Tunnels on startup

    Thank you for your fast reply! What would you use to execute the commands without using the graphical terminal? I also don't know how to configure the ssh-server?
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    [ubuntu] SSH Tunnels on startup

    I have multiple ssh tunnels that I need to run on startup. Does anyone know a working way to do that? I have tried creating a script and putting it in all sorts of directories (/etc/init.d/, /etc/,...
  15. Re: Could Not Access The CD - wubi installer 8.04

    The solution for me was running Wubi without the CD (just putting the iso file in the same directory). It worked fine and I was getting the error every time with Vista.
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