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I want to learn using SSH (Secure Shell) service in linux and connect to SSH server with PuTTY to test some commands, but I
have not worked with it yet;
I have Ubuntu 9.04 on my "Virtual Machine" and my host OS is Win.XP and I have installed "OpenSSH server" and "PuTTY" from the ubuntu repository,
Is this action rational?
I mean I want to connect from PuTTY on linux(on VM) to the SSH Server on linux?
(Meanwhile, I have no work with the host Windows and just wanna test it on the linux!)
If so, please tell me where should I see the "Host Name/Ip Address" of the SSH Server to enter in the PuTTy's dialog?
In windows we can use "ipconfig" command to see the IP Addresses, but I don't know what is the command in linx for this purpose?
Please help me with this to use SSH Service in ubuntu correctly, I'm so hurry?!!!
Repeatedly cross posting, despite being told not to?
Or yelling "I'm so hurry", despite being told it's rude?
Or failing to look up even the simplest questions (like this one), despite being able to find any number of excellent tutorials - probably some in your native language - in less time than it takes to write this post (or this post, or this post, or this post)?