Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of cypress/SshUsage


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Aug 18, 2015 3:46:25 PM (6 years ago)
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cmaggio
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    5656{{{user@localhost> ssh remoteusername@remotehost.example.com}}}
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    58 The first time you log onto a new machine, you will be asked if you trust the server. You should be prompted for the password associated with your remote username. For those who have accounts on Cypress, you can connect to cypress by running the command
     58The first time you log into a new machine, you will be asked if you trust the server. For instance, the first time you log into Cypress using PuTTY you will receive the following prompt:
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     60[[Image(host_key.png, center)]]
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     62Click on yes (or if using Mac/Linux terminal simply type "yes" at the corresponding prompt). You should now be prompted for the password associated with your remote username.
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     64For those who have accounts on Cypress, you can connect to cypress by running the command
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    6066{{{user@localhost> ssh tulaneID@cypress1.tulane.edu}}}
     
    6268and entering the password associated with your tulaneID across Tulane resources. If you are using one of our temporary accounts for the workshop you will use the alphanumeric user id and password provided.
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    64 === Windows ===
    65 Windows users will need to download an SSH client. Putty is a lightweight freeware SSH client.
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    67 [[http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html|Download Putty]]
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    69 [[http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/0.62/htmldoc/|Putty Manual]]
     70== CHECKPOINT ==
     71Everyone should now have a terminal open and be logged into Cypress. If you are not, please raise your hand and someone will assist you.
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    7173== Tunneling X Windows Session via SSH ==