What is SSH Command in Linux?
The ssh command provides a secure encrypted connection between two hosts over an insecure network. This connection can also be used for terminal access, file transfers, and tunneling other applications. Graphical X11 applications can also be run securely over SSH from a remote location.
Steps to Install SSH On Linux Machines:
- Open the terminal application on the Linux desktop.
- For remote Linux server you must use BMC or KVM or IPMI tool to get console access
- Type sudo apt-get install openssh-server
- Enable the ssh service by typing sudo systemctl enable ssh
- Start the ssh service by typing sudo systemctl start ssh
- Test it by login into the system using ssh [email protected]