hpr1870 :: 19 - Home SSH Server
To learn ssh it helps to experiment, so this explains setting up a simple home server.
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Tags: ssh, Telnet, server.
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The best way to get familiarity with the concepts we will discuss is by experimentation. I think that it is becoming more common these days for people to own more than one computer and set them up in a network. And with cheap computers like Raspberry Pi it is really easy to get started. In this tutorial I want to discuss how you can set up such a server for your experiments in ssh. I encourage you to do this even though I dont intend this series to focus on server administration. The idea is that by practising these these techniques behind a good firewall you can get some familiarity with them before you get out on the Internet where it matters. For most Linux users, at least, installing and setting up a server is really simple, and you can do it minutes. For more go to https://www.zwilnik.com/?page_id=847
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