There is a steep learning curve to the Linux command line and SSH – it scares a lot of people off at the sight of it – because it looks like something you see in a hacker movie and you have already mentally written it off as “Un-Learnable” without even giving it a try. Why? Well because its something for super science fiction nerds that build robots and satellites and puts land rovers on mars or the moon, or super 1337 hackers (h4x0rz!?) in the movies (like THE NAPSTER in The Italian Job!) breaking into government systems. Right? Well no. Anyone can learn SSH, anyone can use SSH, you just have to take the time to learn the technology (and if you are a geek like me it consumes your life and you learn the technology underneath it, and on top of it, and wont stop until you understand the assembly languages that tie all this computer junk together, but thats another topic lol). Before we get too far in (some of you have probably mentally checked out alright, QUIT IT lol) I want to give the newbies a quick warning, BRACE YOURSELVES. lots of nerdy looking lingo and command examples ARE COMING. But I swear if you actually read through it, it makes sense and you will be smarter for it YOU CAN DO IT. lol. So real quick lets talk about what SSH is a little more in depth.
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