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  • Linux: How to SSH without password
    Answer:     For passwordless login, hit enter when asked for password then hit enter again for default name. mkdir .ssh #not needed in most casesssh-keygen -t rsa -b ...
  • Linux: Squid Proxy
    Answer:   Squid is a caching proxy for the Web supporting HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and more. It reduces bandwidth and improves response times by caching and reusing ...
  • Linux: SSH as a quick and cheap VPN using tsocks
    Answer:   Very simple: sudo ap-get install tsocks -y Once installed, edit config file nano /etc/tsocks.conf Go all the way down and replace, server with your loopback IP and server port, ...
  • Linux: How to synchronize folders
    Answer:   Rsync I use this alot to synchronize several machines,  A basic way  rsync  -rtvaz --delete   /var/www/Vol1 root@192.168.1.102:/var/Vol1  > /var/rsync.txt     To limit the Bandwidth   rsync -rtvaz --delete --bwlimit=1000  -e ...
  • Linux: Slow SSH connections
    Answer:       disable UseDNS by editing /etc/ssh/sshd_config UseDNS no   ...
  • Linux: How to send SSH commands to remote host, ssh Automation
    Answer:   This is very useful for automating tasks in remote machines or to gather remote info from many machines at once.   ssh root@192.168.1.48 'uptime' For multiple commands ssh root@192.168.1.48 'uptime ...

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