Showing posts with label SSH. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SSH. Show all posts

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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