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Using SSH

What is SSH? SSH stands for Secure Shell. it is a cryptographic network protocol that provides secure remote access and control over a network. Installing SSH: sudo apt install openssh-server Activate the SSH-server: sudo systemctl start ssh Auto-start SSH-server on restart: sudo systemctl enable ssh Verify if SSH is running and will start automatically: sudo systemctl status ssh In the…

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Debian, Home Server, Linux

Mount CIFS shares with credentials file

How to mount a CIFS-network-share with a credentials file. When you are working with virtual machines, mounting network drives is an important task. Mounting drives can be done manually, but when setting up a home-server, things like this should happen automatically. Mounting CIFS-share without permissions: Create a mountpoint: sudo mkdir /mnt/files Mount the share to the mountpoint: sudo mount //…

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