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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem with escape character in proxy user name

    No point on scaping with \ or with %40
    This are same of my tries that didn't work: :mad:

    export http_proxy=http://thisismyusername:thisismypasasword@proxy.whatevercompany.com:8080/ 4
    export...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Permissions needed to connect via ssh with a remote host

    Thank you very much Muratturat and steeldriver !!

    It works OK now.

    The problem was that the "~/.ssh/" dir was from an older ubuntu instalation.

    I am going from installation of kubuntu to a...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Permissions needed to connect via ssh with a remote host

    Hi.

    The destination machine ping is not enabled. I can do telnet to the 22 port and works OK (with and without sudo).

    Here is the output of ssh -v:

    OpenSSH_6.0p1 Debian-3ubuntu1, OpenSSL...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Permissions needed to connect via ssh with a remote host

    Thanks for the answer Muratturat but I can't see your point.
    Perhaps I didn`t explain it very well. Let me put it another way:

    I am in machine A trying to connect via ssh with machine B.
    The...
  5. [ubuntu] Permissions needed to connect via ssh with a remote host

    Hi.

    After creating a "standard" user (with an admin user), the standard user gets this error when trying to connect via ssh with a remote host:

    asdf@asdfasdf:~$ ssh...
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    [ubuntu] Problem with escape character in proxy user name

    Hi.

    After about 4 years of happily (VERY HAPPILY) using ubuntu I am facing a wall.

    My company has changed the network configuratin, now we use a proxy with user name and password...
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    Re: auto logout -> network disabled -> kernel panic

    Similar problem here. JUST INSTALLED A CLEAN ubuntu 10.10 64bits desktop edition. No problems reported during installation.

    Just wanted to know if you could fix it somehow.

    Curious thing is...
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