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SSH (Secure shell) is a protocol for secure communication between computers to execute remote commands, transfer data and tunnel TCP connections.

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entity (which is root in case of upstart). So far, the only way of calling unprivileged containers from another account I found is by means of ssh <user>@localhost lxc-autostart. The question rephrased … ? The host is 64bit Ubuntu 14.04; it already uses ssh. As for Ubuntu's best practices, there is no password for root and root has empty .ssh/authorized_keys. No <user> with automatic lxc containers uses ecryptfs (A.K.A. encrypted home), since it would be useless anyway on such setup. …
asked Jan 8 '15 by Adam Ryczkowski
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\services applet to "Manual launch" or "Disabled" Take ownership of C:\cygwin\var\empty folder (optional - for debug) Make sure, that when you run /usr/bin/sshd -D under elevated cygwin prompt you get ssh … to do this Log-in with ssh from remote host and run the vmrun -T ws start ... command as you would do it locally, and everything works as expected. I hope it helps those of you, who prefer to stick …
answered Apr 20 '12 by Adam Ryczkowski
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context, so launching it from ssh (which runs from the service and doesn't have access to desktop) is not an option. I know that psexec will work, but this tool has inherent security issues, starting with … harden it, by for instance tunneling part of traffic inbound to port 443 on host (which is used by psexec) with ssh (only part, because I need to be able to use SMB shares)? Or better yet, how to make …
asked Apr 18 '12 by Adam Ryczkowski