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Old 08-03-2013, 05:42 AM   #1
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Hello there, I'm clearly newbie at this but I need some help: ssh://support:engineer@91.121.145.82:9022/ what's wrong there, i'm not admin of this web, but I need to solve this problem as a member of the general public?

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Old 08-03-2013, 05:48 AM   #2
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Hello there,
hi
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I'm clearly newbie at this but I need some help:
This is what LQ wants to do, help
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ssh://support:engineer@91.121.145.82:9022/ what's wrong there,
I don't know,
are you trying to connect to 91.121.145.82 over ssh?

ssh engineer@91.121.145.82:9022
ssh -p 9022 engineer@91.121.145.82
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i'm not admin of this web, but I need to solve this problem as a member of the general public?
I doubt it is setup so "just anyone" can log in a fix things

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Old 08-03-2013, 05:49 AM   #3
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First of all: This isn't urgent, we are volunteers here and not a paid help desk....

Its not clear from your question what you are trying to do and what you expect the result to be.

If you want to log into a remote box (assuming you are allowed to do so):
Code:
ssh username@91.121.145.82
You might need to change the default port:
Code:
ssh -p 9022 username@91.121.145.82
If this is a website that needs credentials then the ssh:// part isn't needed in the browser.

But as stated before: Without knowing what it is you want/need to do the above answers are just guesses.

EDIT: Man, I'm slow today
 
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Old 08-03-2013, 06:23 AM   #4
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First of all: This isn't urgent, we are volunteers here and not a paid help desk....

Its not clear from your question what you are trying to do and what you expect the result to be.

If you want to log into a remote box (assuming you are allowed to do so):
Code:
ssh username@91.121.145.82
You might need to change the default port:
Code:
ssh -p 9022 username@91.121.145.82
If this is a website that needs credentials then the ssh:// part isn't needed in the browser.

But as stated before: Without knowing what it is you want/need to do the above answers are just guesses.

EDIT: Man, I'm slow today
Sorry, about urgent, but that answer kinda depends on my new work possibility. I have another question, why I need to change default port, is it necessary and how and where I can do it? As I said I'm new, but catchy.

Last edited by darkgrade; 08-03-2013 at 06:36 AM. Reason: more info and questions
 
Old 08-03-2013, 06:36 AM   #5
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Sorry, about urgent, but that answer kinda depends on my new work possibility. I have another question, why I need to change default port, is it necessary?
yes, because ssh is listening on port 9022 not the default 22

and yeah, I need to correct my post, ssh won't accept the port the way I had it
 
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Old 08-03-2013, 06:40 AM   #6
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I don't mean to be picky but I thought that the switch to change the port when SSHing used a capital 'P'?

Edit: Sorry, ignore me, I was thinking of sftp.

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Old 08-03-2013, 06:44 AM   #7
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yes, because ssh is listening on port 9022 not the default 22

and yeah, I need to correct my post, ssh won't accept the port the way I had it
I used Putty, changed port and still need password, but I can't tape anything in pass place, I think that was just simple test, thank you all for the being helpful for dumbass like me.
 
  


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