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Tutorial Front-end development series 05 | install ssh in centos 7

_iamkurt

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Ka PHC,

If complete yung pag execute mo sa previous thread ko, dito https://phcorner.net/threads/627163/

For sure, gusto mo ring e access yung VM mo gamit ang PuTTY or any SSH client available sa working computer mo.

Why we need SSH?
— mas easy e manage yung VM mo for gulp task commands, which we will discuss further with this series. At this point, pasensya lang muna ang puhunan para ma complete nating ang basic setup ng CentOS 7 in VM.

If you are ready, let us proceed.

Turn on your Virtual Machine, and access your root user, then start installing SSH service with this command below:
Code:
yum install -y openssh openssh-server openssh-clients openssl-libs

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Once the installation has been completed, let us test your SSH access by opening your PuTTY application, then Enter your Virtual Machine assign IP address.

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Click Open. By default, this will listen to port 22, and from here, you should have another window for PuTTY Security Alert.

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Click Yes. You should have this login window as shown below:
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Enter your root use credential and you should be all set.
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Well done.

If you have challenges, let me know so I can update this thread if needed. Next tutorial, let us install Git, Yarn, NodeJS, and Gulp.

I will keep you update ka-PHC.
 

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