2019

Connecting with SSH from Windows: Introduction and advanced topics

by Olivier Mattelaer (UCLouvain/CISM)

Europe/Brussels
Pasteur (Bibliothèque des sciences et technologies (BST))

Pasteur

Bibliothèque des sciences et technologies (BST)

Bibliothèque des sciences et technologies, room A 203, Place Louis Pasteur, 2 More info on http://www.ceci-hpc.be/training.html#practicalinfo
Description

SSH is the protocol used to connect to the clusters. This session presents the complete use of the tools to make access to the clusters easy (without being harrassed by passphrase requests, coping with firewalls in a transparent manner, transferring files from one cluster to another, etc.)

Contents:

  • SSH client usage and common errors
  • SSH keys, passphrases and agents
  • SSH configuration file
  • Passphrase managers
  • Tunnels, proxies and (pseudo-)VPNs
  • SSH-based file transfer (SCP, rsync, Unison, SSHFS)

Prerequisite:

  • Being familiar with a text editor 
  • Mastering the Linux command line and the GNU utilities (mkdir, cp, scp, etc.)
Prerequisite for: all the other sessions

 

Type: Hands-on, 
Target audience: Everyone
Must: This session is mandatory.

Organized by

UCLouvain/CISM

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