How to Transfer Files Over SSH on a Linux/Windows Network

Transferring files over SSH

In this tutorial I want to show you how to copy files from one computer to another on a network containing both Linux and Windows hosts, using the SSH protocol. Linux-to-Linux, Linux-to-Windows, and Windows-to-Linux file transfer can be accomplished with an SSH daemon running on one or more Linux hosts and/or a copy of Cygwin … Continue reading How to Transfer Files Over SSH on a Linux/Windows Network

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Run 64-Bit Guests in VirtualBox Using Hardware Virtualization (Lenovo Host)

If you've ever tried to run a 64-bit guest in VirtualBox, you may have found that there are no 64-bit options available, only 32-bit options. This is because VirtualBox has no native support for 64-bit operating systems. In order to get it to support 64-bit guests, there are a couple extra steps you need to … Continue reading Run 64-Bit Guests in VirtualBox Using Hardware Virtualization (Lenovo Host)

Scheduling Jobs in Linux with crontab

Well, it looks like cron/crontab administration is trending in the Linux community on WordPress for some reason, and just my luck, because I happen to be a crontab veteran, having played with this program extensively back in 2010 when I was first learning Unix. It would be foolish, then, for me to not exploit this … Continue reading Scheduling Jobs in Linux with crontab

Understanding and Using the OpenSSL Command Line Utility

OpenSSL is an open source implementation of the SSL/TLS protocol, most commonly known as the security software underlying the majority of HTTPS servers on the Internet. What is less well-known is that OpenSSL comes with its own command line utility that lets you manually encrypt and decrypt files. I've found this utility most useful for … Continue reading Understanding and Using the OpenSSL Command Line Utility