Tag: sshd

  • Saving some typing and time with SSH configs

    If you are like me, then you may find yourself connecting via SSH to multiple machines a lot during the day. There is an easy way to make short cuts to save you remembering ip addresses, user names, or other things. This tutorial is for people using Linux primarily, people using Windows should be able […]

  • Keeping your SSH session alive

    We’re working on servers all day everyday, mostly by SSH. This can be annoying when you switch tabs and then want to go back to another and its timed you out and dead. A nice quick shortcut to kill that session is to type in ‘~.’ This needs to be on a new line so […]