I think you are talking about ssh. It stands for secure shell for those
who don't use unix. It's a derivative of rsh. It allows an "encrypted
telnet" kind of connection across the internet. It's become very very
popular for system administration and other uses. Post on this list if
you need a hand getting a client and I or others can recommend one.
Ssh works with either passwords or public and private RSA keys generated
for connections so that passwords are not required.
* Eric Armstrong <email@example.com> [000814 02:54]:
> You mentioned something about "sup", or somesuch, that will
> let me tunnel out from my fast connection here (behind Sun's
> Eugene Eric Kim wrote:
> > For people interested in playing with the ohs.sourceforge.net web site,
> > here's how you do it:
> > 1. ssh to ohs.sourceforge.net. Login using your SourceForge username and
> > password.
> > 2. cd /home/groups/ohs
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