Windows 10: Microsoft adds OpenSSH support to PowerShell

Discus and support Microsoft adds OpenSSH support to PowerShell in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; Believe it or not, Microsoft is working on supporting OpenSSH. Yes, Microsoft is getting ready to support one of the mainstays of BSD, Linux, and Unix... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by labeeman, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. labeeman Win User

    Microsoft adds OpenSSH support to PowerShell


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    labeeman, Jun 1, 2015
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  2. ogord Win User

    Memory Card Corrupted

    I did reflash again to have acces to the memory again and install the openssh.



    yes, now I have acces to memory and I can install openssh...



    the xterminal say:

    Reading package list... done

    building dependecy tree

    reading state information.. done

    openssh-client is already the newest version.

    o upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded



    what is that??
     
    ogord, Jun 1, 2015
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  3. OpenSSH

    The ssh option is user@machine... so root@mylaptop might be what you used to log in as root to your laptop.. or foxmeister@desktop might be to log in as foxmeister on your desktop machine..



    the problem is your router probably nat.. all you machines (including your phone) will have a "private" IP address, something like 192.168.1.xxx..



    your router sees all the internet traffic coming from the computers on your network and uses NAT (network address translation) to change the 192.168.1.xxx address to your WAN address.. when the outside world replies to the traffic, the router does the reverse,
    it changes it back to 192.168.1.xxx



    The problem is that an outside system cannot connect to a 192.168.1.xxx address because it is "private" this means only reachable in your house.. If they try to connect to your WAN address, your router won't know which machine on your network should receive
    it.. You need to convince your router to send all inbound SSH connections to your laptop.. This is totally dependent on the type of router you have..



    the DNS stuff isn't really necesary, but it really helps. Otherwise you'd be connecting to an IP address...



    I believe dyndns is free to use too, they let you pick a name and you'll use that to connect back to your laptop.. but, because of the way NAT works (and specifically asymetric routing) connecting to your dns name from your local network won't work... If
    you can't get it working inside, check via 3G and it might!



    Also, here's a neat command



    Try this in an x terminal



    getent hosts my.host.name



    This command will look up the IP address of my.host.name.. you can use that to verify that the dyndns stuff is working (the reported IP address should match the WAN address on your router)
     
    cpitchford, Jun 1, 2015
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  4. Microsoft adds OpenSSH support to PowerShell

    Ever since I started running a home server & vms with Ubuntu Server I have always disliked putty. Always wanted a native solution. Really hope this goes somewhere.
     
    jmgibson1981, Jun 2, 2015
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