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Old 03-22-2011, 09:14 PM   #1
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Setup SSH server on fedora 13

i've just installed fedora 13 on my laptop and updated using "yum update -y" command and everything is ready to go..

so, how do i setup the SSH server on my f13 so that i can ssh to another computer in my school facility because right now i'm using LAN (Local Area Network) and my port is blocked and i could not download a file more than 30 mb in my room.

In order for me to bypass it, i have to ssh to 1 of the computer outside the range of my block to another computer's facility as those computers there did not have their port blocked.
Old 03-22-2011, 09:23 PM   #2
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It sounds like you are asking for advice on how to bypass a restriction put in place by your school, and I think you will find most here won't help you break the rules.

SSH is a part of a default install, so unless you explicitly removed it it is already setup.


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