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Unformatted text preview: in order, remove the remote system’s key from the file specified in the error message and try logging in on the remote system using ssh . The system dis-plays the first-time authentication message (page 656) again as OpenSSH verifies that you are connecting to the correct system. 7. Wm? 18 2 8. Which single command could you give to log in as root on the remote sys-tem named bravo , if bravo has remote root logins disabled? Assuming you have the same username on both systems, the following command will log in on bravo as root : $ ssh -t bravo su -When you run this command, you must supply two passwords (assuming you are running the command as a non root user and you have not set up an automatic login for ssh ): yours and root ’s. The su utility requires that its input come from standard input; the –t option allocates a pseudo-tty (terminal) to run su . 9. How em?...
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