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SSH Client 101

1. On the client host 1.1 Connect to a (remote) host To connect to a SSH server use

If no identity file is specified, the client will try to look for one in

. That is for RSA keys. For other key types there are corresponding default locations:

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Linux Terminal Colors

1. Enabling colored output 1.1 ls –color In Linux, you use the ls command to display the contents of a folder. ls can be used with the –color=WHEN attribute to display the contents colored according to the LS_COLOR environment variable: [bash]ls –color={never|always|auto} #auto – uses colors only when stdout is …

Linux File System Hierarchy

Linux File System Hierarchy is a reference that describes how the Linux Files System Hierarchy should look like. Currently, the FHS in use is at version 2.3 and was released in 2004. You can check it at http://www.pathname.com/fhs/. Most Linux distros have a policy of respecting FHS, so most users …