Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of BIOS_SshKey


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Sep 22, 2016 11:37:35 AM (13 months ago)
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Rick
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  • BIOS_SshKey

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    69 == Login to the VM from Windows using !MobaXterm ==
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    71 [[Image(MobaXterm.png)]]
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    74  1. [http://mobaxterm.mobatek.net/download.html Download], install and open !MobaXterm.
    75  2. Create a new session via Session -> New session.
    76  3. Enter `bios-vm.bbmrirp3-lumc.vm.surfsara.nl` in the "Remote host" field.
    77  4. Tick the Specify username box and fill in your VM username.
    78  5. Select the remote environment. For a terminal interface use interactive shell, or for a graphical desktop interface use Gnome desktop.
    79  6. Select your private key file.
    80  7. Start the session you just created.
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    82 [wiki:BIOS_ConnectTroubleshooting#ConnectingviaMobaXterm Troubleshooting]
    83 
    84 == Login to the VM from Windows or Mac OSX using X2Go ==
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    86 [[Image(x2go.png)]]
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    88  1. [http://wiki.x2go.org/doku.php Download] and open the X2Go program.
    89  2. Create a new session (opened automatically, or via "Session" -> "New session").
    90  3. Enter `bios-vm.bbmrirp3-lumc.vm.surfsara.nl` in the "Host" field.
    91  4. Enter your username in the "Login" field.
    92  5. Click the button next to the "Use RSA/DSA key for ssh connection" field and select your '''private''' key.
    93  6. Select "GNOME" as "Session type" and click the "OK" button.
    94  6. Open the session you just created.
    95  7. First time, you will be asked to accept the server's signature (do so).
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    9769[wiki:BIOS_ConnectTroubleshooting#Connectingviax2go Troubleshooting]