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    Can anybody help me out here?
    I have just got permission to use SSH from my hosts and I have downloaded SecureCRT 3.0 my problem is how do I use it?? Does anybody know? I would be grateful for any help on this.

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    Gordon, what are you wanting to use it for?

    I use SSH on my windows box (are you on windows?), but I use PuTTY. It's fairly self-explanatory, but, if you had any questions with it, I may be able to help. I just use it for times when I have to manage things from the command line.

    I'm not familiar with the software you mentioned.

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    I want to put a program on my server that has to be done with SSH, otherwise it means I will have to make all the files on my computer and then upload them all. There will be hundreds of files this is why I wanted to use SSH

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    So are you trying to setup a command session/shell on the server?

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    Yes I think that is what it is

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    Well, I don't know how SecrueCRT works, but with PuTTY you just tell it what server you want to log in to and it then puts up a window with the command line of your server (login/password) -- then you're at a command line and can do whatever it is you need to do. If you've ever used telnet, it looks pretty much the same. Where are you getting bogged down?

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    to be quite honest cedric I have just uploaded the program and I am bogged down. I have never used telnet before so I am completely lost.
    I do not know where to start maybe I should find some info on the web? Do you know any good pages?

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    Did you ever use DOS? When you telnet into a server or use SSH to get to a server, it's pretty much like being at the old C:> prompt.

    I'm afraid I don't know any tutorial sites -- I actually know just enough about SSH to do what I need to do for my server.

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    Gordon, hope this helps [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img] http://www.library.gatech.edu/ssh_info/crt_use.htm

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    Thats a great page mousejockey but I must be stupid it win't work for me, I guess I will have to find someone in Edmonton to show me how to do it.

    thanks for the help anyway both of you

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    LOL, Gordon, you are finding out what I found last week when I tried to get a straight answer to a similar question.

    That is, that trying to find an answer about SSH is a highly frustrating endeavor!

    I don't know the specific command for uploading a program but there's some blasted, non-intuitive little code for everything.

    I'm new at it, too, so I don't know much about it--but here's some links that I was given. The answer you're looking for may or may not be in there but it's worth a shot (If the addresses get fragged on here type 'em into your browser!):
    http://jgo.local.net/LinuxGuide/linux-commands.html
    http://www.er.uqam.ca/nobel/r10735/unixcomm.html
    http://sunsite.dk/linux-newbie/Linux_commands.htm
    http://papa.indstate.edu/docs/common_commands.html
    http://www.hawken.edu/help/linux.html

    As you can see from the URLs these are for Linux commands...

    Good luck, if I knew the exact command I'd give it to you, but I don't!

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    Hey now I am getting somewhere [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]
    the only problem now is the file is asking for "Zlib" and aparently it is not on my host so I will drop them a line and see what they can do

    OH I feel so much better now I am getting somewhere [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]
    Many thanks to everybody [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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