Friday, March 14, 2014

How to connect via SSH (putty) to your vmware machine (Ubuntu) ?

It was really a pain for me to work on Oracle VM, It won't allow you to use mouse or do copy-paste. So I decided to connect my local VM via SSH( Putty).

Steps :

1.  In your VM box, Goto Settings -> Network ->Adapter 1 and select "Bridged Adapter"

2. In your Ubuntu Machine, Install "openssh-server" 
          sudo apt-get install openssh-server

3. Reboot the VM and Run "ifconfig" command in terminal and get "inet addr" of "eth0".

4. Open putty, Enter the IP address(IP of your VM machine ) , Select port as "22" and connection type as "SSH" and click on open button.

5. Enter your credential and you are done :)

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