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    Re: removal of a file

    Since we dont't have crystal balls can you please provide more details?? e.g. what's the name of the file, where it is located (I mean the exact path, e.g. /path/to/file/ ...) and what command...
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    Re: Remote desktop through the browser?

    Totally agree. If I had to implement something like this these days I'd do it with X2go and SSH keys. Having access to your desktop environment via a browser is in theory "nice" and all that but you...
  3. Re: Linux desktop login acconts like Active Directory.

    In my own network I got around needing LDAP or Active Directory by doing everything in Ansible. E.g. users, their priviledges, their group memberships (e.g. if they can run "sudo" or not, if they can...
  4. Re: Linux desktop login acconts like Active Directory.

    If you have no understanding of central authentication mechanisms such as LDAP then this will not help you. You have to understand exactly what you are doing or every user on your network ends up...
  5. Re: i want to run my own script at splash page time

    Create a systemd service?

    As root or by using "sudo": Create a file with the name "/etc/systemd/system/nameofyourservice.service"
    Content could be:


    [Unit]
    Description=NameOfYourService...
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    Re: Remote desktop through the browser?

    Yes. Been there, done that. There are various approaches you could take to achieve this.

    I have used all of these at various points in the past:

    Chrome Remote Desktop...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 20.04.2.0 on windows 10

    What commands are you typing exactly and how do you know that you "lose connection"???

    Could it be that you are typing a command involving "sudo" and not understanding the fact that you are...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    What if you specify the target path right away? e.g. try to access:

    sftp://sg/path/to/where/you/are/supposed/to/go

    And not just "sftp://sg" ... does that make any difference in Nautilus?

    I'm...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Yes!!

    Of course there is a parameter! So ... your ~/.ssh/config file should look like this:



    Host nickname-for-your-sftp-connection
    Hostname real-server.fqdn.internet.address-or-ip
    ...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Yaaay!! \\:D/ So ... how is that private key named at the moment? If we can get the "sftp" command line tool to pick it up automatically then Nautilus might start working too... Because the error...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    I use reverse-SSH daily. For Paddy to do this he'd need a shell account on the remote system to initiate the connection... and he does not have that as he has said multiple times.

    Reverse-SSH is...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Yes, because you're obviously in a SFTP-only jail.



    But it does.

    Can we now please try that command of mine again?


    sftp -P customport remoteuser@server:/path/to/location
  13. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    You created that passphrase?? Should have said that.
  14. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    On my systems this looks like this:


    > ls -alR ~/.ssh
    /home/sysadm/.ssh:
    total 43
    drwx------ 2 sysadm sysadm 7 Jul 31 14:41 .
    drwxr-x--- 26 sysadm sysadm 67 Jul 31 22:18 ..
    -rw------- ...
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    Re: set Ubuntu back to a "recovery point!?

    As others have said: Linux is not Windows. The closest thing you could have to this, is if you used ZFS as filesystem during installation (it's marked as being an "Experimental feature")....
  16. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Let's take a step backwards here. What was the file named when it was given to you? And were any instructions included?

    And when we look inside the file you were given: Does its content look...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Let's do the basics first and try to get it working on the command line, because the command line will give us more detailed error messages if something fails. So if you place your key e.g. in...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Not exactly. If password-based login is configured then you can get in no matter what the key says. You knew the correct username and the correct password and therefore you may pass and get in. With...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Yes, FileZilla uses Putty's *.PPK format ...
    https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/goldengate-cloud/tutorial-change-private-key-format/

    On Linux there's a command line tool with the name...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Looks to me like there's an issue with your SSH key based authentication. If the command line does fail then so will Nautilus.

    But you said FileZilla works? Can you show us via screenshots (......
  21. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Bold of you to assume that anyone still uses telnet these days and that you'd actually get any reaction whatsoever from anyone on port 23 ... :lolflag:
  22. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    What about the syntax I used above?

    sftp -P port remoteuser@server:/path/to/location



    SFTP client will read ~/.ssh/* too. So does Nautilus.
  23. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    But if you access the same place via the "sftp" command line client ... that does work?

    sftp -P PortNr youruser@remoteserver:/path/to/location

    Does that work and immediately take you where you...
  24. Re: What are advantages to using docker for wordpress in ubuntu?

    I'm pretty confident you mean "virtualized" ... because otherwise your sentence does not make any sense to me and you'd need to explain that (I'm not a native English speaker).
  25. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Typing in a ssh:// path in the location bar does not work??

    ssh://remoteuser@remoteserver:Port
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