If you have just installed Mosh server and tried to connect to it, you might have run into the following error: This happens when your SSH session sends a locale that Mosh does not support. The fix is fairly easy, just configure your SSH not to send the LANG variable. To do that, open your […]
SSH, while an indispensable tool, is starting to show its age in certain situations. We have all experienced the lag when using cell phone tethering or finding your remote connections hanging in limbo when resuming your laptop from sleep. No wonder – the first release of SSH came out over twenty years ago and the […]
You have Raspberry Pi set up and running, but typing password every time you try to login using ssh is quite the pain. Well, using key-based authentication is not only more convenient, but also more secure. Let’s see how to set it up.
The Raspberry Foundation has recently launched Raspberry Pi 3, a new version of their popular developer board. It features a faster ARM processor, 1 GB of RAM and, most importantly, on-board wifi. This makes it even better choice for a headless Linux server. This guide shows how to do the basic Raspberry Pi server setup, […]