Linux – scp transfer files (passwordless) between systems

SSH (Secure SHELL) is a network protocol that is used to login into remote servers for execution of commands and programs. It is also used to transfer files from one computer to another computer over the network using secure copy (SCP) Protocol. Let’s see how to automate, passwordless, using Public/Private keys, file transfers between systems. Read More …

SSH X-Forwarding (a more secure alternative to VNC)

X is a popular window system for Unix/Linux workstations (similar to explorer.exe for Windows systems), and one of its best features is its transparency. A great feature about using X is that you can run remote X applications that open their windows on your local display (and vice versa, running local applications on remote displays). Read More …

VMware – Reset the root password for VCSA 6.x

Usually, it’s a good practice to store all passwords in something like KeePass or some other password management tool. You Read More …

VMware – Start and Manage a VM without using vSphere Client (SSH and Tech Support Mode)

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Setup Chroot SFTP in Linux (Allow Only SFTP, not SSH)

If you want to setup an account on your system that will be used only to transfer files (and not Read More …