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FAQ

I need some software by Microsoft for a project, can you give it to me?

Possibly. All CS students have access to a variety of Microsoft software through the Azure Portal.

Logging in to the Azure Portal

  • Next, you will be prompted to sign in to your Microsoft account. You must use your K-State email address to sign in properly.

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  • If you get a screen like the one below, be sure to click on the top option labeled "Work or school account created by your IT department"

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  • You should now be redirected to the K-State sign in page. Simply log in normally using your eID and K-State password.
  • If you have signed in properly you will be greeted by a page looking like the one below.

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Downloading and Registering Software

  • To use the software you need to first download it. Visual Studio is used in this example, but the same applies to all software that requires local installation. Click on the software icon and you will be presented with the following window.

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  • To download Visual Studio, simply click on Download.png and follow the instructions. Once you have downloaded and installed Visual Studio, you need to register it. You should always register all the software you are planning on using for a prolonged period of time, such as for a full semester.
  • To register Visual Studio, simply click on View key.png and copy the license key provided. You will need to use that license key to register Visual Studio on your account.

License Agreement

Remember, this is for your own personal use as a CS student. You are not legally permitted to download software for your friends or families. Doing so will break the terms of the Microsoft academic agreement. Distributing illegal copies of software is against state and federal laws and the policies of this university.

How do I tell what server I am on when connected to remote.cs.ksu.edu?

GUI method

  1. Click Start -> Windows System -> File Explorer
  2. Right-click on This PC and select Properties. The computer name is shown in this window as indicated in the screenshot.
  • Rds1.png
  • Rds2.png

CLI method

  1. Open a Command Prompt or Powershell window
  2. Type at the prompt. The computer name is returned in the window as shown in the screenshot.
Rds3.png

Web method

Open any web browser to the URL http://myip.cs.ksu.edu/. The computer IP and hostname will be displayed on the page.

Note: This only works from hosts within the department, including the RDS servers.

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How do I take a screenshot in Windows?

To take a screenshot (image of the screen) in Windows, follow the following steps:

  1. Press "Print Scrn" on the keyboard (next to "Scroll Lock" at the top).
  2. Open Microsoft Paint (Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > Paint).
  3. Go to Edit > Paste to paste the image.
  4. Save the image as a BMP in your home directory by going to File > Save As...
  5. Do with the image as you please.

How do I enable X forwarding in Windows?

The following explains the process of enabling X forwarding through SSH to view X applications in Windows.

  1. Start XServer by going to Start > XServer
  2. Open PuTTY by going to Start > PuTTY
  3. In the Category menu for PuTTY, select Tunnels
  4. Check the box next to "Enable X11 Forwarding"
  5. In the Category menu for PuTTY, select Session
  6. Under Host Name, type "cslinux.cs.ksu.edu"
  7. Choose SSH as your Protocol
  8. Now click "Open"
  9. Enter your username and password when prompted
  10. Enjoy

You can test to see if X forwarding is working by typing "xeyes", which should bring up an application with two eyes following your mouse pointer.

How do I transfer files to or from the CS systems?

NOTE: Due to authentication problems and account lockouts caused by WinSCP, we no longer recommend using this application for file transfer. We suggest the following instead.

FileZilla is a good cross-platform desktop file transfer application that is both free to use and open source. You can download the client from https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?show_all=1 and install it on your own system.
NOTE: Do NOT download FileZilla from the filezilla-project home page. The software is bundled with sponsored programs that can be malicious. Use the link provided above.

When you launch FileZilla, the window looks like this: Filezilla main.png

First-time users will need to create a new connection which you can re-use later.

  1. Click on the the Site Manager button here:
    Filezilla sitemgr button.png
  2. This opens up a new window. Click on the "New Site" button.
    Filezilla sitemgr1.png
  3. Set the name of your new site to something easy to remember, like the name of the server you are connecting to.
    Filezilla new site.png
  4. Make the following changes to the site settings:
    • Protocol: SFTP - SSH File Transfer Protocol
    • Login Type: Ask for password
    • User: enter your username here, not your full email address
    And click OK when done.
    Filezilla sitemgr2.png
  5. You should now be returned to the main window. Click on the dropdown next to the Site Manager button and select your newly saved site.
    Filezilla host selection.png
  6. You will be prompted for your password. Enter it here. NOTE: This is your CS password, not your KSU eID password.
    Filezilla passwd dialog.png
  7. Once connected, the main window should look like this. Transfer files by selecting the source on the left and destination on the right.
    Filezilla connected.png
  8. When you are finished, click on the Disconnect button.
    Filezilla disconnect.png

How do I burn an .ISO image to a Disc?

N022 and N126 labs have DeepBurner installed on the Windows machines along with CD/DVD burners. This is free software and is available to download for your own personal use at http://www.deepburner.com/.

To burn an .iso to CD/DVD, place a blank disc in the CD/DVD ROM tray and run DeepBurner. When the program starts, it will prompt you to select the project type. Select "Burn ISO image." Click the "..." button beside the Image file text box to specify the location of your saved .iso file. Click the "Burn ISO" button to begin burning the disc.

Clearing My Windows RDP Certificate Cache

If for some reason you find that the certificate's your windows machine has cached are invalid you may need to clear that cache and here are the steps to do that. Warning to do this involves editing your PC's registry. If you deviate from the steps laid out in this article there is a chance you could do serious harm to your computer, so be careful.

  1. Press the windows key+r and type in the box that apears.
  2. Runregedit.JPG

  3. On the left side of the screen you will see a series of keys denoted by the folder icon. Select the drop down icon for the following keys. and select the folder (not the drop down icon) labeled Default.
  4. Regdelete.jpg

  5. There should be an series of entries labeled "MRUX" where is X is a different number for each entry and they should have names of servers you have connected to to their right. Select all the servers you would like to remove right click and delete them.
  6. There will also be a key labeled Servers if you click it's drop down it may have sub-keys labeled with the name of the server it holds information for. If the server you wish to remove has a sub right click and delete the entire key, it will prompt you with a warning about removing information click okay.
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Cygwin

Introduction

If you are using windows it is likely at some point you have need some GNU tools at some point. Cygwin is a collection of common gnu utilities compiled to run on windows.

Instillation

First download the installer from cygwin's website https://cygwin.com/install.html select setup-x86_64.exe and download the installer. On the first screen select "install from the internet". Then you can leave the defaults for the rest of the windows until you are asked which server you would like to install from. Select the first server listed which should be http://cygwin.mirror.constant.com. Next you will be prompted with this screen showing all the possible packages you can install.


package installation


You can select which package you want by double clicking the word skip or clicking the drop down menu and selecting the most recent version. When you are done selecting packages click next then finish. Cygwin will download and install your packages this may take a while.

Clion

In addition to installing the CLion IDE you will need to install a C compiler, the build tool make, and a C debugger. These do not come bundled with CLion because CLion likes to give you the option of where you get these from. We support using Cygwin to install these packages. Follow the steps as listed above and make sure to install the following.

There will be a lot of packages with names similar to these but be sure to install these. Then open Clion and click file then settings and search for toolchain. Click the + button and select Cygwin from the drop down. Clion should automatically find the proper .exe files for you. If it can not you will need to choose the following.

  • Make
  • C Compiler
  • C++ Compiler
  • Debugger

Then with Cygwin selected in the sidebar press the up arrow next to the plus sign until Cygwin is at the top, it should now say "(default)" next to it. Now close out and reopen Clion and you Cygwin should be your default toolchain.

NOTE: Parts of this document are borrowed heavily from the excellent documentation found in the Beocat wiki. Please have a look there for more details and in-depth examples.

How do I connect to Linux systems?

To login remotely to CS Linux systems, you first need an "SSH Client". SSH, short for "secure shell", is a protocol that allows secure communication between two computers. We recommend the following.

  • Windows
    • PuTTY is by far the most common SSH client, both for CS and in the world.
    • MobaXterm is a fairly new client with some nice features, such as being able to SCP/SFTP (see below), and running X (Linux graphical desktop).
    • Cygwin is for those that would rather be running Linux but are stuck on Windows. It's purely a text interface.
  • Macintosh
    • OS-X has SSH a built-in application called "Terminal". It's not great, but it will work for most CS users.
    • iTerm2 is the terminal application we prefer.
  • Others
    • There are many SSH clients for many different platforms available. While we don't have experience with many of these, any should be sufficient for access to CS Linux systems.

You'll need to connect your client (via the SSH protocol, if your client allows multiple protocols) to cslinux.cs.ksu.edu.

For command-line tools, the command to connect is

Your username is your CS login (usually the same as your K-State eID) and the password is your CS password (which is only the same as your eID password if you set it manually or using our password reset page).

Note: When you type your password, nothing shows up on the screen, not even asterisks.

The first time you log into a new host, you will be asked to confirm adding the SSL signature to your local repository. Just say "yes" in whatever appropriate form when asked.

You'll know you are successfully logged in when you see a prompt that says

username@hostname:~$

where hostname is the name of the machine you've logged into (currently either 'cougar' or 'viper') and username is your eID username

How do I transfer files to/from Linux systems?

Usually, one of the first things people want to do is to transfer files into or out of their CS account. To do so, you need to use SCP (secure copy) or SFTP (SSH FTP or Secure FTP). Again, there are multiple programs that do this.

  • Windows
    • Putty (see above) has PSCP and PSFTP programs (both are included if you run the installer). It is a command-line interface (CLI) rather than a graphical user interface (GUI).
    • MobaXterm (see above) has a built-in GUI SFTP client that automatically changes the directories as you change them in your SSH session.
    • FileZilla (client) has an easy-to-use GUI. Be sure to use 'SFTP' mode rather than 'FTP' mode.
    • WinSCP is another easy-to-use GUI.
    • Cygwin (see above) has CLI scp and sftp programs.
  • Macintosh
    • FileZilla is also available for OS-X.
    • Within terminal or iTerm, you can use the 'scp' or 'sftp' programs.
  • Linux
    • FileZilla also has a GUI linux version, in additon to the CLI tools.

Using a Command-Line Interface (CLI)

You can safely ignore this section if you're using a graphical interface (GUI).

Example

Transfer a file called myfile.txt in your current folder to your home directory on CSLinux.

I am using my username ("sgsax") here. You should replace this with your own when you run these commands.

Using SCP:

scp myfile.txt sgsax@cslinux.cs.ksu.edu: Password: (type your password here, it will not show any response on the screen) myfile.txt 100% 0 0.0KB/s 00:00

Note the colon at the end of the 'scp' line.

Using SFTP:

sftp sgsax@cslinux.cs.ksu.edu Password: (type your password here, it will not show any response on the screen) Connected to cslinux.cs.ksu.edu. sftp> put myfile.txt Uploading myfile.txt to /home/s/sgsax/myfile.txt myfile.txt 100% 0 0.0KB/s 00:00 sftp> exit

SFTP is interactive, so this is a two-step process. First, you connect to CSLinux, then you transfer the file. As long as the system gives the prompt, you are in the sftp program, and you will remain there until you type 'exit'.

For more examples of advanced usage, please visit the Beocat wiki.

How do I use Linux?

Please read our Linux Primer

Why can't I login to the Linux lab?

Problem: When you try to login to a Linux lab desktop, the screen goes black and then reverts immediately to the login screen. No errors are displayed.

Cause: This is due to corruption or incompatibility of one of your X.org configuration files. The solution is to remove this file.

Resolution:

  1. Press <Ctrl>-<Alt>-<F1> to switch to a local virtual console and login using your regular credentials.
  2. At the prompt (ending with a $ character), type the following and press <Enter>
  3. Logout using either or
  4. Switch back the the GUI login screen by pressing <Ctrl>-<Alt>-<F7>

You should now be able to login as usual.

How do I get on KSU Wireless from my Linux laptop?

The official documentation from ITS for doing this is incorrect. The following settings should work for Ubuntu users, but other distros should be similar. Open your wireless connection settings and make these changes for the KSU Wireless network:

  • Security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise
  • Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP)
  • CA certificate: AddTrust_External_Root.pem (may need to manually locate this in )
  • PEAP version: Automatic
  • Inner authentication: MSCHAPv2
  • Username:
  • Password: (or leave blank to be prompted)

What network storage is available to me?

All CS users have home directory on the department file server to store files. Anything you place in your home directory is backed up nightly, with revisions stored going back six months.

Linux Systems

On department linux systems, your home directory is automatically mounted as . The full path of your home directory can be found using the command on any linux host.

finger testacct Login: testacct Name: Testing Tester Directory: /home/t/testacct Shell: /bin/bash Never logged in. No mail. No Plan.

In this case, testacct's home directory is .

Windows Systems

On department Windows systems, your home directory should be mounted as the U:\ drive. If you are manually mounting a drive, use the URI where is your eID.

Transient Storage

If you need a large amount of space temporarily, you can request space in the transient volume (send an email to help@cs.ksu.edu). There are no quotas on directories in this volume, but there are also no backups made of files here. Support staff may also ask you to clean files out periodically to make room for others. On department linux systems, your transient directory will be found in . On department Windows systems, you can mount the share to a drive letter of your choosing.

How do I setup CGI on my web page?

Please see the page on Personal Web Pages.

Why don't you have an FTP server?

FTP is a very old protocol. It was designed before security considerations were a major part of protocol design. As such, passwords to the FTP server are sent in plain text---any clever user on the network can snoop your packets and steal your password. This would allow that user to gain access to your account, which is an unacceptable violation of our security.

If you need to access your home directory from a remote location, there are two different methods for doing so. See the documentation in the CS Systems UserGuide for Remote Access or in the FrequentlyAskedQuestions about how to access your home directory from a non-CS computer.

How do I use HTTP authentication?

To setup password authentication for a directory in your personal web space follow these steps from a linux shell (you will want to change to whatever name you want and use your own usernames). is the full path to your home directory. If you don't know what this is, use the finger command from the command prompt of any linux host ("", where is your eID).

cd ~/public_html/ mkdir passwordProtectedDir cd passwordProtectedDir htpasswd -c .htpasswd user_who_gets_access htpasswd .htpasswd other_user cat << EOF > ~/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/.htaccess AuthType Basic AuthName "Checking Password" AuthUserFile <your_home_dir_path>/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/.htpasswd Require valid-user EOF

Now create any files you want in the directory and set permissions appropriately.

chmod o+rx ~/public_html/passwordProtectedDir chmod o+r ~/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/*.*

If you would like your files to only be password protected off-campus, use this command to make your htaccess file.

cat << EOF > ~/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/.htaccess AuthType Basic AuthName "Checking Password" AuthUserFile <your_home_dir_path>/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/.htpasswd Require valid-user Order Allow,Deny # This restricts access without a password to the KSU network Allow from 12# 130.0.0/16 # This restricts access without a password to the CS network #Allow from 12# 130.8.0/22 Satisfy any EOF

Why am I getting 500 Interal Server Error on all my scripts?

We use programs named and to make sure that all of your scripts run as you. This allows your scripts to access files that would normally be private and inaccessible by the web server. However, for security these programs will not allow your scripts to run unless the permissions set on your files and on the directories containing them are safe.

For CGI scripts, you must make sure the following are true:

  1. Your script must be stored in your home directory in the subdirectory named . You cannot place your scripts anywhere else.
  2. You must make sure that your home directory, the directory, and the directory are not group or other writable:
  3. chmod 755 ~ chmod 755 ~/public_html chmod 755 ~/public_html/cgi-bin
  4. Finally, you must make sure your scripts are executable, but not group or other writable:
  5. chmod 755 ~/public_html/cgi-bin/my-script.cgi
  6. If you have problems, try checking the end of the logs for additional information while pressing reload on your browser:
  7. tail -f /web/logs/error_log /web/logs/suexec_log

For PHP scripts, you must make sure the following are true:

  1. Your script must be stored in your home directory under the directory named or a subdirectory of that directory.
  2. You must make sure that your home directory, the directory, and every directory above your PHP script is accessible but not group or other writable:
  3. chmod 755 ~ chmod 755 ~/public_html chmod 755 ~/public_html/otherdir
  4. Finally, you must make sure your scripts are readable, but not group or other writable:
  5. chmod 644 ~/public_html/index.php chmod 644 ~/public_html/otherdir/index.php
  6. If you have problems, try checking the end of the logs for additional information while pressing reload on your browser:
  7. tail -f /common/weblogs/polara/error.log /common/weblogs/polara/suphp.log

How do I setup ssh keys?

Windows

To set up ssh keys on windows hosts first make sure you have bosh putty and puttygen installed here.

  1. Open puttygen, make sure RSA is selected at the bottom and click generate.

    Puttygen.JPG

  2. Click Save private key and click yes when it asks if its okay to create a key without a password. Put this file away somewhere (Do not just drop it on your desktop).
  3. Then select everything in the text box labeled "Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_key file" and copy it to a file somewhere near your private key.

    Puttygenerated.jpg

    You are done working on your windows host for now, you will need to ssh into the machine you want to set up keys on.

  4. Open the file (if this file doesn't exist you can make it). The key should just be one very long string on a single line.
  5. Run the commands and You are now done setting up the keys and you can log out of this machine. The only thing you need to do from here on is specify which private key to use next time you log on.
  6. Open putty and select auth under the ssh drop down on the left.
  7. Select browse at the bottom of the list and navigate to you the .ppk file you made in step 2

    SelectKeys.jpg

  8. Return to the session tab on the left, enter the address of the machine you want to connect to and click the open button.
  9. You should be prompted for your username but you should not need to type your password and you should be authenticated.

Linux/MacOS

  1. Run the command .
  2. You can feel free to leave the passphrase fields blank if you don't want to type a password in addition to your keys.
  3. There should now be two new files and in the folder .
  4. Next you will need to run the command , you will be prompted for your password and after that you should be done. If you have issues with this command you can follow step 5, otherwise you can skip to step 6.
  5. You will need to copy the contents of your public key (the .pub file) from your local machine into the file on the server you want to ssh into, this should just be one long string on a single line. You can use scp to copy the file over and append it to the authorized_keys file, or you can copy it to your clipboard and paste it with a text editor.
  6. With your public key copied over as long as you have your private key in the folder you should be able to login as normal but without typing your password

How do I access the campus VPN?

See Access Through Campus VPN

How do I login remotely to CS resources?

See Remote Access

IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat, creating a internet chat with out the need for an account. This is an addtional way to contact the CS Admins for a help, you will probably also need to submit a ticket into help@cs.ksu.edu.

To set up an irssi proxy, you'll need to load irssi in a screen and do the following:

  1. Type this will keep the irssi seesion open.
  2. Start irssi by typing
  3. Connect to type
  4. At this time you can load the irssi proxy module by typing
  5. Now join a chatroom by typing
  6. When you a finished you can idle irssi with "Ctrl + a" then "d" this will detach srcreen and idle irssi
  7. To Reattach screen with

Edit the Config file of irssi for auto login

  1. nano .irssi/config
  2. Add the following line to the servers block
  3. Add the following lines to the channels block
  4. restart irssi

How do I get and use Zoom for my classes?

The official platform for KSU to host remote instruction is Zoom. The main page for downloading the client and finding documentation is [1]. You do not need to login to join a class, but your instructor may prefer it. If you do want/need to login there is a handy set of instructions here.

Unless your instructor says otherwise, you do not need to have or use a webcam to join a class. If you do, any USB camera or one built into your laptop or monitor will work.

If you will need to interact with your class using audio, we strongly recommend a headset with a built-in boom microphone. we find these work better than desktop stick type microphones, or those built into your webcam or laptop. These can be purchased inexpensively from your favorite technology store.

Information for Instructors

Need some help using Zoom effectively for your classes? There are many resources available with helpful advice:

How do I connect to MySQL?

Before you can access your MySQL database, you must request an account by sending an email to help@cs.ksu.edu.

Once your account has been created, you may connect using the instructions below.

You can connect to the MySQL server from any host on the campus network. You will not be able to connect to it from off-campus unless you use the KSU VPN client, which you can download here. Campus wifi users: you will not be able to connect if you are on the "KSU Guest" wifi network. If you are on wifi, you must be using the "KSU Wireless" network.

Connecting from Windows

If you are already using Visual Studio you can make a connection by following the documentation here. You will want to connect to mysql.cs.ksu.edu and use the credentials you set up your account with. You may have to change the authentication type from Windows Domain to SQL Server Authentication.

Connecting from Linux

To connect from Linux, you must first logon to one of the lab machines (or you may connect from your own laptop). Once logged in, you can connect to the MySQL server by typing:

mysql -p -h mysql.cs.ksu.edu

and then enter your MySQL password when prompted.

Using phpMyAdmin

To administer your database through a web interface, you can use phpMyAdmin from any Internet-connected computer.

How do I change my MySQL password?

There are a couple of ways to change your password:

  • Connect using the command above. Once connected, type the following at the prompt
set password = password("yournewpassword");

Where is your new password.

How do I reset my MySQL password?

Send an email to support@cs.ksu.edu or stop by the sysadmin offices (Engineering Hall 2217 or 2218) during regular business hours.

General Connection Information

You may find the following information helpful:

MySQL Host: mysql.cs.ksu.edu MySQL Port: 3306

A copy of the MySQL 5.5 documentation can be found at the MySQL homepage.

If you have any other questions or problems, please send a [request] to the system administrators.

How do I connect to PostgreSQL?

Before you can access your PostgreSQL database, you must request an account by sending an email to help@cs.ksu.edu.

Once your account has been provisioned, you may use your CS username and password to connect using the instructions below.

You can connect to the PostgreSQL server from any host on the campus network. You will not be able to connect to it from off-campus unless you use the KSU VPN client, which you can download here. Campus wifi users: you will not be able to connect if you are on the "KSU Guest" wifi network. If you are on wifi, you must be using the "KSU Wireless" network.

Connecting from Linux

To connect from Linux, you must first logon to one of the lab machines (or you may connect from your own laptop). Once logged in, you can connect to the PostgreSQL server by typing:

psql -p 5432 -h postgresql.cs.ksu.edu

and then enter your password when prompted.

Using phpPGAdmin

To administer your database through a web interface, you can use phpPGAdmin from any Internet-connected computer.

General Connection Information

You may find the following information helpful:

MySQL Host: postgresql.cs.ksu.edu MySQL Port: 5432

If you have any other questions or problems, please send a [request] to the system administrators.

How do I use CLion on my own computer?

The department has an academic license for JetBrains products, including CLion. As long as you are a student, you may run the software and connect it to our license server. Here's how you do that.

  1. You will need to download the CLion application from the JetBrains website. As of now, the link to that is here: https://www.jetbrains.com/clion/download. Install the application as usual on your computer.
  2. In order to connect to our license server, you must use the university VPN client on your computer. Instructions on downloading, installing, and using that can be found here: https://www.ksu.edu/vpn
  3. Once you have done both of the above steps, connect to the VPN and launch CLion. You should be prompted for license activation. The dialog should look something like this: Clion license activation.png
  4. Fill out options on the dialog as shown above. Click on the button and you should see a message below the button. If you see this, then everything is connecting correctly.
  5. Click on the button. You should now see the message Click on to close the dialog and finish launching the application.

The next time you use CLion, as long as you are connected to the VPN, you should get your license again. If you are not connected to the VPN, when the application tries to connect to the license server, it will fail and and ask you to reactivate. If you do not reactivate, you will get kicked out of the application.

If you ever want or need to change your license settings, click on the menu and select .

What happens when I leave? How long do I keep my account?

Please see the "Account Removal and Alumni Accounts" section of the Accounts page.

Can you guys help me with my homework?

We want to make our policy on helping students clear. The CS support staff is responsible for making sure the computing systems, networks, services, and programs on those systems function. We will help anyone who has a problem using these systems.

However, we draw the line at looking at any source code or server or program configurations students themselves have installed. This is due to the fact that CS faculty are frequently asking students to configure and manipulate software on their own as part of homework assignments. As such the CS support staff explicitly do not examine source code or other issues for students.

If you are convinced that this problem is indeed an issue related to a CS systems bug or misconfiguration, you may contact your professor and ask for assistance. At the specific request of faculty members we will look into source code or other issues, but only in order to determine the location of the problem.

As an additional clarification, this policy doesn't preclude us from answering questions and giving advice to students. The systems coordinator and students may volunteer to render help or give advice at their discretion. Please be sure your requests for advice are keeping with your professors' honor code requirements for the applicable course.

What do I do when the printer is out of paper?

If one of the printers runs out of paper, you just need to contact the system administrators. We get paper and load the printers on request.

Alternately, if no one is available at those locations you may either email support@cs.ksu.edu or talk to one of the staff members in the main CS office, Nichols 234.

How do I use VMWare in the Computing Labs

Please read our guide for full details on using a VM image for classwork.

How do I install JPF (Java PathFinder)?

Initial Steps

The JPF install script may be run from cslinux.cs.ksu.edu or any CS Linux lab machine. Windows users must ssh into cslinux using Putty or another ssh client.

Once you have completed the installation from any Linux machine, it will work on any other CS Linux machine.

  1. Log into cslinux.cs.ksu.edu (or any CS Linux lab machine). All following command should be run in a terminal session or terminal window.
  2. Make sure the Sun JDK is in your system path. You should see something like this:
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Bitvise SSH Server: Secure file transfer and terminal shell access for Windows

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Our SSH server supports all desktop and server versions of Windows, 32-bit and 64-bit, from Windows XP SP3 and Windows Server 2003, up to the most recent – Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022.

Bitvise SSH Server includes the following:

  • SFTP server: Secure file transfer using SFTP - compatible with a wide variety of clients
  • SCP server: Secure file transfer using SCP - compatible with command line and graphical clients
  • FTPS server: Secure file transfer using FTP over TLS/SSL - compatible with secure FTPS clients
  • SSH server: Secure remote access via console - vt100, xterm and bvterm are supported
  • Secure remote access via GUI - Remote Desktop or WinVNC required
  • Secure, effortless Git integration
  • Secure TCP/IP connection tunneling (port forwarding)

You can try out Bitvise SSH Server risk-free. To begin, simply download the installation executable - you will find the download links on our download page. After installing, you are free to evaluate Bitvise SSH Server for up to 30 days. If you then decide to continue using it, purchase a license.

When the personal edition is chosen during installation, Bitvise SSH Server can be used free of charge by non-commercial personal users.

Bitvise software does not contain ads, install product bundles or collect user data for sale. We are 100% supported by users who license our software. Thank you!

We continue to invest considerable effort to create the best SSH software we can. These are some of the features that make Bitvise SSH Server special:

  • Ease of use: Bitvise SSH Server is designed for Windows, so that it is easy to install and configure. In a regular Windows environment, it will work immediately upon installation with no configuring. (We do however recommend tightening down settings to restrict access only to those accounts and features that you use.)

  • Encryption and security: Provides state-of-the-art encryption and security measures suitable as part of a standards-compliant solution meeting the requirements of PCI, HIPAA, or FIPS 140-2 validation.

  • FTPS support: Can handle file transfer connections using FTP over TLS (SSL) in addition to SFTP and SCP over SSH. See compatible clients.

  • Unlimited connections: Bitvise SSH Server imposes no limits on the number of users you can configure, and gets no more expensive for larger servers. The number of simultaneous connections is limited only by system resources.

  • Two-factor authentication: Connections using SSH, SFTP and SCP clients can require an additional time-based one-time password. Compatible with RFC 6238 authenticator apps, including Microsoft Authenticator, Google Authenticator, LastPass, Authy, WinAuth, or FreeOTP.

  • Windows groups: Bitvise SSH Server natively supports configurability through Windows groups. No need to define account settings for each Windows account individually. The SSH server knows what groups a user is in and, if configured, will use appropriate Windows group settings. Virtual filesystem mount points can be inherited from multiple groups.

  • Quotas and statistics: The SSH Server can be configured with per-user and per-group quotas and bandwidth limits, and keeps a record of daily, monthly, and annual usage statistics.

  • Speed: SFTP transfer speed mostly depends on the client, but Bitvise SSH Server allows clients to obtain some of the fastest transfer speeds available. With Bitvise SSH Client, SFTP file transfer speeds in the tens or hundreds of MB/s can be obtained. SFTP v6 optimizations, including copy-file and check-file for remote file hashing and checksums, are supported.

  • Virtual filesystem: File transfer clients can be restricted to a single directory, or several directories in a complex layout. Terminal shell clients can be restricted to the same virtual filesystem by setting their Shell access type to BvShell.

  • Large files: The SSH Server supports files of any size that are supported by the filesystem you configure to store files and the client software you are using to connect. Windows filesystems have these maximum file sizes.

  • Git integration: Set an account's shell access type to Git access only, and configure the path to your Git binaries and repositories. The account can now securely access Git, without being given unnecessary access to the system.

  • Obfuscated SSH with an optional keyword. When supported and enabled in both the client and server, obfuscation makes it more difficult for an observer to detect that the protocol being used is SSH. (Protocol; OpenSSH patches)

  • Single sign-on: Bitvise SSH Server supports Kerberos 5 user authentication and key exchange via GSSAPI. Using Bitvise SSH Client or other compatible client, any user in a trusted Windows domain can log into the SSH Server without having to re-enter their password, or verify the server's host key fingerprint. Use the SSH Server's Windows group settings to manage access without configuring accounts for each user.

  • Virtual accounts: want to set up an SFTP server with many users, but don't want to create and manage 1000 Windows accounts? No problem. Bitvise SSH Server supports virtual accounts, created in SSH server settings, backed by the identity of one or more Windows accounts. SSH server settings for these accounts are also configurable on a virtual group basis.

  • Bandwidth limits: Separate upload and download speed limits can be configured for each user and group.

  • Excellent terminal support: Bitvise SSH Server provides the best terminal support available on the Windows platform. Our terminal subsystem employs sophisticated techniques to render output accurately like no other Windows SSH server. When used with Bitvise SSH Client, our bvterm protocol supports the full spectrum of a Windows console's features: colors, Unicode characters, and large scrollable buffers.

  • BvShell: Users whose filesystem access should be restricted to specific directories can have their Shell access type configured to BvShell. Similar to chroot, this provides access to a limited terminal shell which can allow for more powerful access than a file transfer client, but still restricts the user to root directories configured for them.

  • Telnet forwarding: The SSH Server can be configured to forward terminal sessions to a legacy Telnet server, providing SSH security to existing Telnet applications.

  • Flexibility: most SSH server features can be configured individually on a per-account basis from the user-friendly Bitvise SSH Server Control Panel. Using Bitvise SSH Client, the SSH server's Control Panel can be accessed and configured through the same user-friendly interface from any remote location.

  • Server-side forwarding: with Bitvise SSH Server and Client, a server and multiple clients can be set up so that all port forwarding rules are configured centrally at the server, without requiring any client-side setting updates. The SSH clients only need to be configured once, and port forwarding rules can easily be changed when necessary.

  • Scriptable settings: Using the supplied BssCfg utility, or using PowerShell, all settings can be configured from a text file, from a script, or interactively from the command-line.

  • Multi-instance support: Bitvise SSH Server supports multiple simultaneous, independent installations on the same computer for customers needing completely separate instances for different groups of users. Multiple SSH server versions can run concurrently, as separate instances on the same server.

  • Master/slave configuration: In environments with multiple SSH server installations, one can be configured to run as master, and others can be configured to run as slaves. Slave installations can be configured to synchronize their settings, host keys, and/or password cache with the master. This feature can be used both for cluster support, and to reproduce aspects of SSH server settings on a large number of similar installations.

  • Delegated administration: Users can be granted limited access to SSH Server settings, where they can add or edit virtual accounts using the remote administration interface in Bitvise SSH Client. Limited administration tasks can be delegated without requiring full administrative access.

Bitvise SSH Server supports the following Windows versions:

  • Windows Server 2022
  • Windows 11
  • Windows Server 2019
  • Windows Server 2016
  • Windows 10
  • Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Windows 8.1
  • Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Windows Server 2008
  • Windows Vista SP1 or SP2
  • Windows Server 2003 R2
  • Windows Server 2003
  • Windows XP SP3

A recent Bitvise SSH Server version should be used on all platforms. The SSH Server is network-facing, security-sensitive software. Using a recent version is the only way to receive updates. Therefore, we do not recommend indefinite use of older versions.

SSH, SFTP and SCP:

  • Key exchange algorithms:

    • Curve25519
    • ECDH over elliptic curves secp256k1, nistp256, nistp384, nistp521 using SHA-512, SHA-384, or SHA-256
    • Diffie Hellman with group exchange using SHA-256 or SHA-1
    • Diffie Hellman with fixed 4096, 3072, 2048, or 1024-bit group parameters using SHA-512, SHA-256, or SHA-1
    • GSSAPI key exchange using Diffie Hellman and Kerberos authentication
  • Signature algorithms:

    • Ed25519
    • ECDSA over elliptic curves secp256k1, nistp256, nistp384, nistp521 using SHA-512, SHA-384, or SHA-256
    • RSA using 4096, 3072, 2048, 1024-bit key sizes with SHA-512, SHA-256, or SHA-1
    • DSA using SHA-1 (legacy)
  • Encryption algorithms:

    • AES with 256, 128-bit keys in GCM mode
    • AES with 256, 192, 128-bit keys in CTR mode
    • AES with 256, 192, 128-bit keys in CBC mode (legacy)
    • 3DES in CTR or CBC mode (legacy)
  • Data integrity protection:

    • AES with 256, 128-bit keys in GCM mode
    • HMAC using SHA-256, SHA-1
  • Server authentication:

    • Client verifies server identity using server host key fingerprint or public key
    • Automatic synchronization of new host keys to client supported
  • Client authentication:

    • Password authentication with Windows accounts - local or Active Directory
    • Password authentication with virtual accounts - configurable password policy
    • Password change during password authentication
    • Public key authentication
    • Kerberos single sign-on using GSSAPI
    • Two-factor authentication with a time-based one-time password

FTP over TLS (SSL):

  • TLS security:

    • Available TLS versions and cipher suites depend on the installed version of Windows
    • TLS versions 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 can be enabled individually in Advanced settings
    • ECDHE, RSA and DHE cipher suite families can be enabled individually
  • Authentication:

    • Can use self-signed or CA-signed server certificate
    • Password authentication with Windows accounts - local or Active Directory
    • Password authentication with virtual accounts - configurable password policy
  • Requires secure clients:

    • Only secure FTPS is supported - plaintext FTP connections are not accepted
    • FTPS clients must support explicit TLS using the AUTH TLS command
    • FTPS clients must support passive mode and use the TLS resume feature for data connections

Additional security features:

  • Denial of service protection through throttling of incoming connections
  • Login attempt delay for concurrent logins for same user or from same IP address
  • Automatic temporary IP address blocking with IP whitelist
  • Username blacklist
  • Configurable client IP address, product version string restrictions
  • Account-specific IP address restrictions
  • IP-based access rules configurable by country

When FIPS is enabled in Windows, our software uses Windows built-in cryptography, validated by NIST to FIPS 140-2 under certificates #2937, #2606, #2357, and #1892. On Windows XP and 2003, our software uses the Crypto++ 5.3.0 FIPS DLL, originally validated by NIST under certificate #819 (historical). When FIPS mode is not enabled, additional non-FIPS algorithms are supported.

Current Bitvise software versions (8.36 and higher) use the following cryptographic implementations for different algorithms, on different versions of Windows:


Algorithm
Windows XP,
Server 2003
Windows Vista to 8.1,
Server 2008 to 2012 R2
Windows 10,
Server 2016 to 2019
Signature
RSACrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
Ed25519n/aDJBDJB
ECDSA (NIST curves)Crypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
ECDSA/secp256k1Crypto++ 5.3OpenSSLWindows CNG
1024-bit DSACrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
Non-standard DSACrypto++ 5.3Crypto++ 5.6Crypto++ 5.6
Key exchange
Classic DHCrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
Curve25519n/aDJBDJB
ECDH (NIST curves)Crypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
ECDH/secp256k1Crypto++ 5.3OpenSSLWindows CNG
Encryption
AESCrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
3DESCrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
Integrity
GCMn/aWindows CNGWindows CNG
HMAC-SHA2Crypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
HMAC-SHA1Crypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG

This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)

This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).

Источник: https://www.bitvise.com/ssh-server

SecureCRT 9.1.0 Crack



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SecureCRT combines rock-solid terminal emulation with the strong encryption, data integrity, and authentication options of the Secure Shell protocol. SecureCRT provides secure remote access, file transfer, and data tunneling for everyone in your organization.

• Provide strong, multi-protocol security for data in transit

• Set up and configure easily

• Monitor and log events with automation support

Enhanced ANSI color

New built-in ANSI color schemes, including Solarized, make it easy to change the look of your terminal workspace. Choose from a variety of light and dark color combinations, all of which have coordinated background, foreground, and ANSI color combinations.

Line rewrapping

When the SecureCRT window is resized, the text in the terminal area is rewrapped.

Connect bar auto complete

Connect bar auto complete begins filtering as you type, making it easier to find and connect to saved sessions.

Paste confirmation dialog

A paste confirmation dialog option allows you to preview the contents of the paste buffer before pasting multiple lines of text into a session. This helps prevent accidental pasting of buffer contents into a production or other critical server.

Drag and drop multiple sessions

Multiple sessions can be dragged and dropped or copied and pasted in the Session Manager and Connect dialog.

Session management

Filtered searches in the Session Manager and Connect bar are faster, which is helpful when the session database is large or located on a network drive.

Larger recent sessions list

Up to 16 sessions can now be included on the recent session list.

Encryption enhancements

Support has been added for the SSH2 ChaCha20/Poly1305 and AES-GCM ciphers and the UMAC-128 MAC algorithm. OpenSSH certificates can now be used for authenticating SSH2 sessions.

Scripting enhancements

Scripting enhancements include the ability to script session locking from the Session object. A global INI-file-only option to specify the script path has also been added.

Other enhancements

If a session cannot be cloned or connected using SFTP on the existing SSH transport, SecureCRT will create a new transport. The “Update Now” menu item is now also available for the Mac, which checks for a newer version of SecureCRT. New to the Mac and now on all platforms, arguments can be passed to a local application that is launched when a tunnel is established.

SSH1 and SSH2 support

Both SSH1 and SSH2 are supported in a single client, providing the maximum in flexibility when connecting to a range of remote servers.

User authentication

SecureCRT supports password, public key, Kerberos v5 (via GSSAPI), and keyboard interactive when connecting to SSH2 servers. Public key support includes RSA (up to 16,384 bits), Ed25519, ECDSA (RFC 5656), DSA, PuTTY PPK, OpenSSH certificates, and X.509 (Windows) including smart cards (PIV/CAC). For SSH1 servers, password, public key, and TIS authentications are supported.

Public Key Assistant

Support for Public Key Assistant makes uploading public keys to an SSH2 server simple and safe for end users.

Support for GSSAPI secured key exchange

Mechanisms supported depend on GSSAPI provider.

SFTP in a tab

Open an SFTP tab to the same SSH2 session without having to re-authenticate to perform file transfer operations using an interactive, text-based SFTP utility. Drag and drop files and folders onto the SFTP tab to start SFTP file transfers faster.

Encryption ciphers: Strong encryption

SecureCRT supports ChaCha20/Poly1305, AES-GCM, AES-128-CTR, AES-192-CTR, AES-256-CTR, AES-128, AES-192, AES-256, Twofish, Blowfish, 3DES, and RC4, when connecting to SSH2 servers. For SSH1 servers, Blowfish, DES, 3DES, and RC4 are supported.

Password and passphrase caching

SSH2 session passwords and passphrases can be cached, so that you don’t have to reauthenticate to access the same server again while SecureCRT is running (also the Activator utility on Windows)

Port forwarding

Tunnel common TCP/IP protocols (for example, POP3, IMAP4, HTTP, SMTP) via SecureCRT to a remote Secure Shell server using a single, secure, multiplexed connection. Port forwarding configuration has been integrated into the tree-based Session Options dialog allowing easier configuration for securing TCP/IP application data.

Dynamic port forwarding

Dynamic port forwarding simplifies how TCP/IP application data is routed through the Secure Shell connection. Instead of configuring port forwarding on a per-application basis in SecureCRT, each application is configured to use a SOCKS server on a local host port. SecureCRT opens a port on the local host and acts as a SOCKS server for any SOCKS-compatible application, even those that use multiple ports, such as FTP.

Interoperability

OpenSSH-compatible host key fingerprint support and RSA host key support enhance SecureCRT’s interoperability with a variety of Secure Shell servers. Public keys can be exported in OpenSSH format and can be exported from PKCS #11.

X.509 support

Smart card-based public-key authentication using X.509-compatible certificates supports highly secure two-factor authentication. SecureCRT supports the PKCS #12 (.pfx) standard file format for X.509 certificates and private keys (Windows). PKCS #11 is also supported, allowing a cryptographic token interface to be used. X.509 host key checking automatically accepts the host key if the certificate is valid.

OpenSSH key format support

Generate keys in OpenSSH format or convert VanDyke Software format private keys to OpenSSH format so that the same keys can be used with other Secure Shell clients.

OpenSSH Agent forwarding

Agent forwarding support allows transparent authentication to multiple linked servers after the first SSH server has authenticated the user.

SSH Agent support

Once you register keys with Agent, re-authentication is automatic even if SecureCRT has been closed. From 6.6 on, keys can be added and removed using Manage Agent keys on the Tools menu.

Host key management

SecureCRT allows host keys to be viewed, imported, and exported.

X11 forwarding

Encrypt X11 sessions to secure remote X applications that are being displayed on the local machine.

Data compression

Improves the performance of encrypted dialup connections — variable compression levels from 1 to 9. When [email protected] compression is specified, compression starts after authentication, preventing unencrypted passwords from being cached by the zlib library.

Wide range of terminal emulation

VT100, VT102, VT220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, TN3270, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and Linux console, with support for ANSI color with color schemes.

Xterm extensions

Supports the Xterm extensions for changing the title bar and for sending basic mouse events to the remote host. SecureCRT also delivers 256-color Xterm support.

Character attributes

Full terminal emulation support for character attributes including VT line drawing symbols, bold, underline, reverse and blink (and double-width and double-height fonts on Windows only).

Unicode support

Unicode support includes the ability to display character sets from multiple languages, including Japanese, Chinese, and Korean multi-byte character sets, and support for right-to-left reading order languages.

80/132-column support

Supports automatic switching between 80 and 132-column display. Different fonts can be configured for the 80 and 132-column modes.

National Replacement Character Set

Terminal sessions display international characters using NRCS if supported by the host application.

Configurable rows and columns

SecureCRT supports a wide range of configuration from the standard 24 rows, 80 columns to as many as 32,000 columns. An “On resize” option rewraps text in the terminal area when the SecureCRT window is resized.

Raw protocol mode

This option, which is helpful for troubleshooting, allows for no (or little) interpretation of data from the remote system.

Window size change

For SSH2, SSH1, or Telnet servers supporting the NAWS extension, SecureCRT informs the remote system anytime the window is resized and the rows and columns change. For applications like Vi and Emacs, this ensures that SecureCRT stays in sync with the remote system without manually adjusting the remote’s settings.

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  • Windows Vista support
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  • Secure Shell
  • SSH1 and SSH2 support
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  • User authentication
  • SecureCRT supports Password, Public Key (RSA, DSA, and X.509 including Smart Cards), Kerberos v5 (via GSSAPI), and Keyboard Interactive when connecting to SSH2 servers. For SSH1 servers, Password, Public Key, and TIS authentications are supported.
  • Public Key Assistant
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Comparison of SSH clients

Further information: Secure Shell

An SSH client is a software program which uses the secure shell protocol to connect to a remote computer. This article compares a selection of notable clients.

General[edit]

Platform[edit]

The operating systems or virtual machines the SSH clients are designed to run on without emulation include several possibilities:

  • Partial indicates that while it works, the client lacks important functionality compared to versions for other OSs but may still be under development.

The list is not exhaustive, but rather reflects the most common platforms today.

  1. ^ abcOnly for jailbroken devices.
  2. ^lsh supports only one BSD platform officially, FreeBSD.
  3. ^Included and enabled by default since windows 10 version 1803. Win32-OpenSSH can be installed as an optional component in the Windows versiones before Windows 10 version 1803 to Windows 10 version 1709. Portable version can be download from Win32-OpenSSH for other versions.
  4. ^The majority of Linux distributions have OpenSSH as an official package, but a few do not.

Technical[edit]

Name User interfaceSSH1
(insecure)
SSH2 Additional protocols Port forwarding and TunnelingSession
multiplexing
[Note 1]
KerberosIPv6TerminalSFTP/SCPProxy client[Note 2]
TELNETrloginPort
forwarding
SOCKS
[Note 3]
VPN
[Note 4]
AbsoluteTelnetGUI (multi-session,
single-window)
Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP
Bitvise SSH Client GUI or command lineNo Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SOCKS 4, 5
Dropbearcommand lineNo Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes Yes Yes ?
lshcommand line No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes ?
OpenSSH (OpenBSD Secure Shell) command lineNo[Note 5]Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ProxyCommand
PuTTYGUI or command lineYes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes[Note 6]Yes Yes Yes[Note 7]SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP; Telnet; Local
SecureCRTGUIYes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP; Telnet; Generic
SmartFTPGUI (multi-session,
single-window)
No Yes Yes No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP
Tera TermGUIYes Yes Yes No Yes No No No No Yes Yes SCP SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP; Telnet
TN3270 PlusGUIYes Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No SOCKS 4
TtyEmulatorGUI or command lineYes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes No SOCKS 4,4a, 5; HTTP Local
WinSCP[Note 8]GUI or command lineYes Yes No No limited[Note 9]No No No Yes Yes simple Yes SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP; Telnet; Local
wolfSSHcommand lineNo Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes simple Yes ?
ZOCTDI or command lineYes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes SCP and SFTP through terminal[Note 10]SOCKS 4; 5; HTTP; Jumpserver
Name User interfaceSSH1
(insecure)
SSH2 Additional protocols TunnelingSession
multiplexing
[Note 1]
KerberosIPv6TerminalSFTP/SCPProxy client[Note 2]
TELNETrloginPort
forwarding
SOCKS
[Note 3]
VPN
[Note 4]

Features[edit]

  1. ^The ability to transmit mouse input to text mode applications such as Midnight Commander
  2. ^Only when the terminal itself supports mouse input. Most graphical ones do, e.g. xterm.
  3. ^No native URL highlighting; however most graphical consoles support URL highlighting.
  4. ^Validated when running OpenSSH 2.1 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 in FIPS mode or when running OpenSSH 1.1 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 in FIPS mode
  5. ^OpenSSH supports the minimal certificate format since v5.4. "OpenSSH Release Notes: 5.4". OpenBSD Project. 2010-03-08. Retrieved 2021-08-30.
  6. ^PuTTY does not support tabs directly, but many wrappers are available that do (e.g. PuTTY Connection Manager, SuperPuTTY, MTPuTTY, PuTTYTabManager, mRemoteNG, WinSSHTerm, PuTTY Manager, PuttyTabs and TWSC (Terminal Window ShortCuts)).
  7. ^PuTTY does not support hyperlinks, but some forks of PuTTY do (e.g. PuTTY Tray and KiTTY).
  8. ^PuTTY does not support smart cards, but is supported in puttywincrypt, PuTTY-CAC, and in Smartcard Authentication – Secure & Easy putty version.
  9. ^Putty v71.0 does not support OpenSSH certificates. See Ben Harris' 2016-04-21 wish. [2] and [3]

Authentication key algorithms[edit]

This table lists standard authentication key algorithms implemented by SSH clients. Some SSH implementations include both server and client implementations and support custom non-standard authentication algorithms not listed in this table.

Name ssh-dss[AuthNote 1]ssh-rsa RSA with SHA-2ECDSA with SHA-2Security keys
rsa-sha2-256 rsa-sha2-512 ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 ecdsa-sha2-nistp384 ecdsa-sha2-nistp521 ssh-ed25519 sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256-cert-v01 sk-ssh-ed25519 sk-ssh-ed25519-cert-v01
AbsoluteTelnet? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Bitvise SSH Client ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
DropbearYes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
lsh? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
OpenSSH (OpenBSD Secure Shell) Yes[AuthNote 2]Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
PuTTY? Yes ? ? Yes ? ? ?
SecureCRT? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
SmartFTP? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Tera Term? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
TN3270 Plus? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
TtyEmulator? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
WinSCPNo Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ?
wolfSSHNo Yes ? ? Yes Yes Yes ?
ZOC? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Name ssh-dss ssh-rsa rsa-sha2-256 rsa-sha2-512 ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 ecdsa-sha2-nistp384 ecdsa-sha2-nistp521 ssh-ed25519 sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256-cert-v01 sk-ssh-ed25519 sk-ssh-ed25519-cert-v01
RSA with SHA-2ECDSA with SHA-2Security keys
  1. ^ is based on Digital Signature Algorithm which is sensitive to entropy, secrecy, and uniqueness of its random signature value.
  2. ^By default, disabled at run-time since OpenSSH 7.0 released in 2015.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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FAQ

I need some software by Microsoft for a project, can you give it to me?

Possibly. All CS students have access to a variety of Microsoft software through the Azure Portal.

Logging in to the Azure Portal

  • Next, you will be prompted to sign in to your Microsoft account. You must use your K-State email address to sign in properly.

Microsoft signin.png

  • If you get a screen like the one below, be sure to click on the top option labeled "Work or school account created by your IT department"

Ms login 2.png

  • You should now be redirected to the K-State sign in page. Simply log in normally using your eID and K-State password.
  • If you have signed in properly you will be greeted by a page looking like the one below.

Azure-090619.png

Downloading and Registering Software

  • To use the software you need to first download it. Visual Studio is used in this example, but the same applies to all software that requires local installation. Click on the software icon and you will be presented with the following window.

Software.png

  • To download Visual Studio, simply click on Download.png and follow the instructions. Once you have downloaded and installed Visual Studio, you need to register it. You should always register all the software you are planning on using for a prolonged period of time, such as for a full semester.
  • To register Visual Studio, simply click on View key.png and copy the license key provided. You will need to use that license key to register Visual Studio on your account.

License Agreement

Remember, this is for your own personal use as a CS student. You are not legally permitted to download software for your friends or families. Doing so will break the terms of the Microsoft academic agreement. Distributing illegal copies of software is against state and federal laws and the policies of this university.

How do I tell what server I am on when connected to remote.cs.ksu.edu?

GUI method

  1. Click Start -> Windows System -> File Explorer
  2. Right-click on This PC and select Properties. The computer name is shown in this window as indicated in the screenshot.
  • Rds1.png
  • Rds2.png

CLI method

  1. Open a Command Prompt or Powershell window
  2. Type at the prompt. The computer name is returned in the window as shown in the screenshot.
Rds3.png

Web method

Open any web browser to the URL http://myip.cs.ksu.edu/. The computer IP and hostname will be displayed on the page.

Note: This only works from hosts within the department, including the RDS servers.

Rds4.png

How do I take a screenshot in Windows?

To take a screenshot (image of the screen) in Windows, follow the following steps:

  1. Press "Print Scrn" on the keyboard (next to "Scroll Lock" at the top).
  2. Open Microsoft Paint (Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > Paint).
  3. Go to Edit > Paste to paste the image.
  4. Save the image as a BMP in your home directory by going to File > Save As...
  5. Do with the image as you please.

How do I enable X forwarding in Windows?

The following explains the process of enabling X forwarding through SSH to view X applications in Windows.

  1. Start XServer by going to Start > XServer
  2. Open PuTTY by going to Start > PuTTY
  3. In the Category menu for PuTTY, select Tunnels
  4. Check the box next to "Enable X11 Forwarding"
  5. In the Category menu for PuTTY, select Session
  6. Under Host Name, type "cslinux.cs.ksu.edu"
  7. Choose SSH as your Protocol
  8. Now click "Open"
  9. Enter your username and password when prompted
  10. Enjoy

You can test to see if X forwarding is working by typing "xeyes", which should bring up an application with two eyes following your mouse pointer.

How do I transfer files to or from the CS systems?

NOTE: Due to authentication problems and account lockouts caused by WinSCP, we no longer recommend using this application for file transfer. We suggest the following instead.

FileZilla is a good cross-platform desktop file transfer application that is both free to use and open source. You can download the client from https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?show_all=1 and install it on your own system.
NOTE: Do NOT download FileZilla from the filezilla-project home page. The software is bundled with sponsored programs that can be malicious. Use the link provided above.

When you launch FileZilla, the window looks like this: Filezilla main.png

First-time users will need to create a new connection which you can re-use later.

  1. Click on the the Site Manager button here:
    Filezilla sitemgr button.png
  2. This opens up a new window. Click on the "New Site" button.
    Filezilla sitemgr1.png
  3. Set the name of your new site to something easy to remember, like the name of the server you are connecting to.
    Filezilla new site.png
  4. Make the following changes to the site settings:
    • Protocol: SFTP - SSH File Transfer Protocol
    • Login Type: Ask for password
    • User: enter your username here, not your full email address
    And click OK when done.
    Filezilla sitemgr2.png
  5. You should now be returned to the main window. Click on the dropdown next to the Site Manager button and select your newly saved site.
    Filezilla host selection.png
  6. You will be prompted for your password. Enter it here. NOTE: This is your CS password, not your KSU eID password.
    Filezilla passwd dialog.png
  7. Once connected, the main window should look like this. Transfer files by selecting the source on the left and destination on the right.
    Filezilla connected.png
  8. When you are finished, click on the Disconnect button.
    Filezilla disconnect.png

How do I burn an .ISO image to a Disc?

N022 and N126 labs have DeepBurner installed on the Windows machines along with CD/DVD burners. This is free software and is available to download for your own personal use at http://www.deepburner.com/.

To burn an .iso to CD/DVD, place a blank disc in the CD/DVD ROM tray and run DeepBurner. When the program starts, it will prompt you to select the project type. Select "Burn ISO image." Click the "..." button beside the Image file text box to specify the location of your saved .iso file. Click the "Burn ISO" button to begin burning the disc.

Clearing My Windows RDP Certificate Cache

If for some reason you find that the certificate's your windows machine has cached are invalid you may need to clear that cache and here are the steps to do that. Warning to do this involves editing your PC's registry. If you deviate from the steps laid out in this article there is a chance you could do serious harm to your computer, so be careful.

  1. Press the windows key+r and type in the box that apears.
  2. Runregedit.JPG

  3. On the left side of the screen you will see a series of keys denoted by the folder icon. Select the drop down icon for the following keys. and select the folder (not the drop down icon) labeled Default.
  4. Regdelete.jpg

  5. There should be an series of entries labeled "MRUX" where is X is a different number for each entry and they should have names of servers you have connected to to their right. Select all the servers you would like to remove right click and delete them.
  6. There will also be a key labeled Servers if you click it's drop down it may have sub-keys labeled with the name of the server it holds information for. If the server you wish to remove has a sub right click and delete the entire key, it will prompt you with a warning about removing information click okay.
  7. Regdelserver.jpg

Cygwin

Introduction

If you are using windows it is likely at some point you have need some GNU tools at some point. Cygwin is a collection of common gnu utilities compiled to run on windows.

Instillation

First download the installer from cygwin's website https://cygwin.com/install.html select setup-x86_64.exe and download the installer. On the first screen select "install from the internet". Then you can leave the defaults for the rest of the windows until you are asked which server you would like to install from. Select the first server listed which should be http://cygwin.mirror.constant.com. Next you will be prompted with this screen showing all the possible packages you can install.


package installation


You can select which package you want by double clicking the word skip or clicking the drop down menu and selecting the most recent version. When you are done selecting packages click next then finish. Cygwin will download and install your packages this may take a while.

Clion

In addition to installing the CLion IDE you will need to install a C compiler, the build tool make, and a C debugger. These do not come bundled with CLion because CLion likes to give you the option of where you get these from. We support using Cygwin to install these packages. Follow the steps as listed above and make sure to install the following.

There will be a lot of packages with names similar to these but be sure to install these. Then open Clion and click file then settings and search for toolchain. Click the + button and select Cygwin from the drop down. Clion should automatically find the proper .exe files for you. If it can not you will need to choose the following.

  • Make
  • C Compiler
  • C++ Compiler
  • Debugger

Then with Cygwin selected in the sidebar press the up arrow next to the plus sign until Cygwin is at the top, it should now say "(default)" next to it. Now close out and reopen Clion and you Cygwin should be your default toolchain.

NOTE: Parts of this document are borrowed heavily from the excellent documentation found in the Beocat wiki. Please have a look there for more details and in-depth examples.

How do I connect to Linux systems?

To login remotely to CS Linux systems, you first need an "SSH Client". SSH, short for "secure shell", is a protocol that allows secure communication between two computers. We recommend the following.

  • Windows
    • PuTTY is by far the most common SSH client, both for CS and in the world.
    • MobaXterm is a fairly new client with some nice features, such as being able to SCP/SFTP (see below), and running X (Linux graphical desktop).
    • Cygwin is for those that would rather be running Linux but are stuck on Windows. It's purely a text interface.
  • Macintosh
    • OS-X has SSH a built-in application called "Terminal". It's not great, but it will work for most CS users.
    • iTerm2 is the terminal application we prefer.
  • Others
    • There are many SSH clients for many different platforms available. While we don't have experience with many of these, any should be sufficient for access to CS Linux systems.

You'll need to connect your client (via the SSH protocol, if your client allows multiple protocols) to cslinux.cs.ksu.edu.

For command-line tools, the command to connect is

Your username is your CS login (usually the same as your K-State eID) and the password is your CS password (which is only the same as your eID password if you set it manually or using our password reset page).

Note: When you type your password, nothing shows up on the screen, not even asterisks.

The first time you log into a new host, you will be asked to confirm adding the SSL signature to your local repository. Just say "yes" in whatever appropriate form when asked.

You'll know you are successfully logged in when you see a prompt that says

username@hostname:~$

where hostname is the name of the machine you've logged into (currently either 'cougar' or 'viper') and username is your eID username

How do I transfer files to/from Linux systems?

Usually, one of the first things people want to do is to transfer files into or out of their CS account. To do so, you need to use SCP (secure copy) or SFTP (SSH FTP or Secure FTP). Again, there are multiple programs that do this.

  • Windows
    • Putty (see above) has PSCP and PSFTP programs (both are included if you run the installer). It is a command-line interface (CLI) rather than a graphical user interface (GUI).
    • MobaXterm (see above) has a built-in GUI SFTP client that automatically changes the directories as you change them in your SSH session.
    • FileZilla (client) has an easy-to-use GUI. Be sure to use 'SFTP' mode rather than 'FTP' mode.
    • WinSCP is another easy-to-use GUI.
    • Cygwin (see above) has CLI scp and sftp programs.
  • Macintosh
    • FileZilla is also available for OS-X.
    • Within terminal or iTerm, you can use the 'scp' or 'sftp' programs.
  • Linux
    • FileZilla also has a GUI linux version, in additon to the CLI tools.

Using a Command-Line Interface (CLI)

You can safely ignore this section if you're using a graphical interface (GUI).

Example

Transfer a file called myfile.txt in your current folder to your home directory on CSLinux.

I am using my username ("sgsax") here. You should replace this with your own when you run these commands.

Using SCP:

scp myfile.txt sgsax@cslinux.cs.ksu.edu: Password: (type your password here, it will not show any response on the screen) myfile.txt 100% 0 0.0KB/s 00:00

Note the colon at the end of the 'scp' line.

Using SFTP:

sftp sgsax@cslinux.cs.ksu.edu Password: (type your password here, it will not show any response on the screen) Connected to cslinux.cs.ksu.edu. sftp> put myfile.txt Uploading myfile.txt to /home/s/sgsax/myfile.txt myfile.txt 100% 0 0.0KB/s 00:00 sftp> exit

SFTP is interactive, so this is a two-step process. First, you connect to CSLinux, then you transfer the file. As long as the system gives the prompt, you are in the sftp program, and you will remain there until you type 'exit'.

For more examples of advanced usage, please visit the Beocat wiki.

How do I use Linux?

Please read our Linux Primer

Why can't I login to the Linux lab?

Problem: When you try to login to a Linux lab desktop, the screen goes black and then reverts immediately to the login screen. No errors are displayed.

Cause: This is due to corruption or incompatibility of one of your X.org configuration files. The solution is to remove this file.

Resolution:

  1. Press <Ctrl>-<Alt>-<F1> to switch to a local virtual console and login using your regular credentials.
  2. At the prompt (ending with a $ character), type the following and press <Enter>
  3. Logout using either or
  4. Switch back the the GUI login screen by pressing <Ctrl>-<Alt>-<F7>

You should now be able to login as usual.

How do I get on KSU Wireless from my Linux laptop?

The official documentation from ITS for doing this is incorrect. The following settings should work for Ubuntu users, but other distros should be similar. Open your wireless connection settings and make these changes for the KSU Wireless network:

  • Security: WPA & WPA2 Enterprise
  • Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP)
  • CA certificate: AddTrust_External_Root.pem (may need to manually locate this in )
  • PEAP version: Automatic
  • Inner authentication: MSCHAPv2
  • Username:
  • Password: (or leave blank to be prompted)

What network storage is available to me?

All CS users have home directory on the department file server to store files. Anything you place in your home directory is backed up nightly, with revisions stored going back six months.

Linux Systems

On department linux systems, your home directory is automatically mounted as . The full path of your home directory can be found using the command on any linux host.

finger testacct Login: testacct Name: Testing Tester Directory: /home/t/testacct Shell: /bin/bash Never logged in. No mail. No Plan.

In this case, testacct's home directory is .

Windows Systems

On department Windows systems, your home directory should be mounted as the U:\ drive. If you are manually mounting a drive, use the URI where is your eID.

Transient Storage

If you need a large amount of space temporarily, you can request space in the transient volume (send an email to help@cs.ksu.edu). There are no quotas on directories in this volume, but there are also no backups made of files here. Support staff may also ask you to clean files out periodically to make room for others. On department linux systems, your transient directory will be found in . On department Windows systems, you can mount the share to a drive letter of your choosing.

How do I setup CGI on my web page?

Please see the page on Personal Web Pages.

Why don't you have an FTP server?

FTP is a very old protocol. It was designed before security considerations were a major part of protocol design. As such, passwords to the FTP server are sent in plain text---any clever user on the network can snoop your packets and steal your password. This would allow that user to gain access to your account, which is an unacceptable violation of our security.

If you need to access your home directory from a remote location, there are two different methods for doing so. See the documentation in the CS Systems UserGuide for Remote Access or in the FrequentlyAskedQuestions about how to access your home directory from a non-CS computer.

How do I use HTTP authentication?

To setup password authentication for a directory in your personal web space follow these steps from a linux shell (you will want to change to whatever name you want and use your own usernames). is the full path to your home directory. If you don't know what this is, use the finger command from the command prompt of any linux host ("", where is your eID).

cd ~/public_html/ mkdir passwordProtectedDir cd passwordProtectedDir htpasswd -c .htpasswd user_who_gets_access htpasswd .htpasswd other_user cat << EOF > ~/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/.htaccess AuthType Basic AuthName "Checking Password" AuthUserFile <your_home_dir_path>/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/.htpasswd Require valid-user EOF

Now create any files you want in the directory and set permissions appropriately.

chmod o+rx ~/public_html/passwordProtectedDir chmod o+r ~/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/*.*

If you would like your files to only be password protected off-campus, use this command to make your htaccess file.

cat << EOF > ~/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/.htaccess AuthType Basic AuthName "Checking Password" AuthUserFile <your_home_dir_path>/public_html/passwordProtectedDir/.htpasswd Require valid-user Order Allow,Deny # This restricts access without a password to the KSU network Allow from 12# 130.0.0/16 # This restricts access without a password to the CS network #Allow from 12# 130.8.0/22 Satisfy any EOF

Why am I getting 500 Interal Server Error on all my scripts?

We use programs named and to make sure that all of your scripts run as you. This allows your scripts to access files that would normally be private and inaccessible by the web server. However, for security these programs will not allow your scripts to run unless the permissions set on your files and on the directories containing them are safe.

For CGI scripts, you must make sure the following are true:

  1. Your script must be stored in your home directory in the subdirectory named . You cannot place your scripts anywhere else.
  2. You must make sure that your home directory, the directory, and the directory are not group or other writable:
  3. chmod 755 ~ chmod 755 ~/public_html chmod 755 ~/public_html/cgi-bin
  4. Finally, you must make sure your scripts are executable, but not group or other writable:
  5. chmod 755 ~/public_html/cgi-bin/my-script.cgi
  6. If you have problems, try checking the end of the logs for additional information while pressing reload on your browser:
  7. tail -f /web/logs/error_log /web/logs/suexec_log

For PHP scripts, you must make sure the following are true:

  1. Your script must be stored in your home directory under the directory named or a subdirectory of that directory.
  2. You must make sure that your home directory, the directory, and every directory above your PHP script is accessible but not group or other writable:
  3. chmod 755 ~ chmod 755 ~/public_html chmod 755 ~/public_html/otherdir
  4. Finally, you must make sure your scripts are readable, but not group or other writable:
  5. chmod 644 ~/public_html/index.php chmod 644 ~/public_html/otherdir/index.php
  6. If you have problems, try checking the end of the logs for additional information while pressing reload on your browser:
  7. tail -f /common/weblogs/polara/error.log /common/weblogs/polara/suphp.log

How do I setup ssh keys?

Windows

To set up ssh keys on windows hosts first make sure you have bosh putty and puttygen installed here.

  1. Open puttygen, make sure RSA is selected at the bottom and click generate.

    Puttygen.JPG

  2. Click Save private key and click yes when it asks if its okay to create a key without a password. Put this file away somewhere (Do not just drop it on your desktop).
  3. Then select everything in the text box labeled "Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_key file" and copy it to a file somewhere near your private key.

    Puttygenerated.jpg

    You are done working on your windows host for now, you will need to ssh into the machine you want to set up keys on.

  4. Open the file (if this file doesn't exist you can make it). The key should just be one very long string on a single line.
  5. Run the commands and You are now done setting up the keys and you can log out of this machine. The only thing you need to do from here on is specify which private key to use next time you log on.
  6. Open putty and select auth under the ssh drop down on the left.
  7. Select browse at the bottom of the list and navigate to you the .ppk file you made in step 2

    SelectKeys.jpg

  8. Return to the session tab on the left, enter the address of the machine you want to connect to and click the open button.
  9. You should be prompted for your username but you should not need to type your password and you should be authenticated.

Linux/MacOS

  1. Run the command .
  2. You can feel free to leave the passphrase fields blank if you don't want to type a password in addition to your keys.
  3. There should now be two new files and in the folder .
  4. Next you will need to run the command , you will be prompted for your password and after that you should be done. If you have issues with this command you can follow step 5, otherwise you can skip to step 6.
  5. You will need to copy the contents of your public key (the .pub file) from your local machine into the file on the server you want to ssh into, this should just be one long string on a single line. You can use scp to copy the file over and append it to the authorized_keys file, or you can copy it to your clipboard and paste it with a text editor.
  6. With your public key copied over as long as you have your private key in the folder you should be able to login as normal but without typing your password

How do I access the campus VPN?

See Access Through Campus VPN

How do I login remotely to CS resources?

See Remote Access

IRC stands for Internet Relay Chat, creating a internet chat with out the need for an account. This is an addtional way to contact the CS Admins for a help, you will probably also need to submit a ticket into help@cs.ksu.edu.

To set up an irssi proxy, you'll need to load irssi in a screen and do the following:

  1. Type this will keep the irssi seesion open.
  2. Start irssi by typing
  3. Connect to type
  4. At this time you can load the irssi proxy module by typing
  5. Now join a chatroom by typing
  6. When you a finished you can idle irssi with "Ctrl + a" then "d" this will detach srcreen and idle irssi
  7. To Reattach screen with

Edit the Config file of irssi for auto login

  1. nano .irssi/config
  2. Add the following line to the servers block
  3. Add the following lines to the channels block
  4. restart irssi

How do I get and use Zoom for my classes?

The official platform for KSU to host remote instruction is Zoom. The main page for downloading the client and finding documentation is [1]. You do not need to login to join a class, but your instructor may prefer it. If you do want/need to login there is a handy set of instructions here.

Unless your instructor says otherwise, you do not need to have or use a webcam to join a class. If you do, any USB camera or one built into your laptop or monitor will work.

If you will need to interact with your class using audio, we strongly recommend a headset with a built-in boom microphone. we find these work better than desktop stick type microphones, or those built into your webcam or laptop. These can be purchased inexpensively from your favorite technology store.

Information for Instructors

Need some help using Zoom effectively for your classes? There are many resources available with helpful advice:

How do I connect to MySQL?

Before you can access your MySQL database, you must request an account by sending an email to help@cs.ksu.edu.

Once your account has been created, you may connect using the instructions below.

You can connect to the MySQL server from any host on the campus network. You will not be able to connect to it from off-campus unless you use the KSU VPN client, which you can download here. Campus wifi users: you will not be able to connect if you are on the "KSU Guest" wifi network. If you are on wifi, you must be using the "KSU Wireless" network.

Connecting from Windows

If you are already using Visual Studio you can make a connection by following the documentation here. You will want to connect to mysql.cs.ksu.edu and use the credentials you set up your account with. You may have to change the authentication type from Windows Domain to SQL Server Authentication.

Connecting from Linux

To connect from Linux, you must first logon to one of the lab machines (or you may connect from your own laptop). Once logged in, you can connect to the MySQL server by typing:

mysql -p -h mysql.cs.ksu.edu

and then enter your MySQL password when prompted.

Using phpMyAdmin

To administer your database through a web interface, you can use phpMyAdmin from any Internet-connected computer.

How do I change my MySQL password?

There are a couple of ways to change your password:

  • Connect using the command above. Once connected, type the following at the prompt
set password = password("yournewpassword");

Where is your new password.

How do I reset my MySQL password?

Send an email to support@cs.ksu.edu or stop by the sysadmin offices (Engineering Hall 2217 or 2218) during regular business hours.

General Connection Information

You may find the following information helpful:

MySQL Host: mysql.cs.ksu.edu MySQL Port: 3306

A copy of the MySQL 5.5 documentation can be found at the MySQL homepage.

If you have any other questions or problems, please send a [request] to the system administrators.

How do I connect to PostgreSQL?

Before you can access your PostgreSQL database, you must request an account by sending an email to help@cs.ksu.edu.

Once your account has been provisioned, you may use your CS username and password to connect using the instructions below.

You can connect to the PostgreSQL server from any host on the campus network. You will not be able to connect to it from off-campus unless you use the KSU VPN client, which you can download here. Campus wifi users: you will not be able to connect if you are on the "KSU Guest" wifi network. If you are on wifi, you must be using the "KSU Wireless" network.

Connecting from Linux

To connect from Linux, you must first logon to one of the lab machines (or you may connect from your own laptop). Once logged in, you can connect to the PostgreSQL server by typing:

psql -p 5432 -h postgresql.cs.ksu.edu

and then enter your password when prompted.

Using phpPGAdmin

To administer your database through a web interface, you can use phpPGAdmin from any Internet-connected computer.

General Connection Information

You may find the following information helpful:

MySQL Host: postgresql.cs.ksu.edu MySQL Port: 5432

If you have any other questions or problems, please send a [request] to the system administrators.

How do I use CLion on my own computer?

The department has an academic license for JetBrains products, including CLion. As long as you are a student, you may run the software and connect it to our license server. Here's how you do that.

  1. You will need to download the CLion application from the JetBrains website. As of now, the link to that is here: https://www.jetbrains.com/clion/download. Install the application as usual on your computer.
  2. In order to connect to our license server, you must use the university VPN client on your computer. Instructions on downloading, installing, and using that can be found here: https://www.ksu.edu/vpn
  3. Once you have done both of the above steps, connect to the VPN and launch CLion. You should be prompted for license activation. The dialog should look something like this: Clion license activation.png
  4. Fill out options on the dialog as shown above. Click on the button and you should see a message below the button. If you see this, then everything is connecting correctly.
  5. Click on the button. You should now see the message Click on to close the dialog and finish launching the application.

The next time you use CLion, as long as you are connected to the VPN, you should get your license again. If you are not connected to the VPN, when the application tries to connect to the license server, it will fail and and ask you to reactivate. If you do not reactivate, you will get kicked out of the application.

If you ever want or need to change your license settings, click on the menu and select .

What happens when I leave? How long do I keep my account?

Please see the "Account Removal and Alumni Accounts" section of the Accounts page.

Can you guys help me with my homework?

We want to make our policy on helping students clear. The CS support staff is responsible for making sure the computing systems, networks, services, and programs on those systems function. We will help anyone who has a problem using these systems.

However, we draw the line at looking at any source code or server or program configurations students themselves have installed. This is due to the fact that CS faculty are frequently asking students to configure and manipulate software on their own as part of homework assignments. As such the CS support staff explicitly do not examine source code or other issues for students.

If you are convinced that this problem is indeed an issue related to a CS systems bug or misconfiguration, you may contact your professor and ask for assistance. At the specific request of faculty members we will look into source code or other issues, but only in order to determine the location of the problem.

As an additional clarification, this policy doesn't preclude us from answering questions and giving advice to students. The systems coordinator and students may volunteer to render help or give advice at their discretion. Please be sure your requests for advice are keeping with your professors' honor code requirements for the applicable course.

What do I do when the printer is out of paper?

If one of the printers runs out of paper, you just need to contact the system administrators. We get paper and load the printers on request.

Alternately, if no one is available at those locations you may either email support@cs.ksu.edu or talk to one of the staff members in the main CS office, Nichols 234.

How do I use VMWare in the Computing Labs

Please read our guide for full details on using a VM image for classwork.

How do I install JPF (Java PathFinder)?

Initial Steps

The JPF install script may be run from cslinux.cs.ksu.edu or any CS Linux lab machine. Windows users must ssh into cslinux using Putty or another ssh client.

Once you have completed the installation from any Linux machine, it will work on any other CS Linux machine.

  1. Log into cslinux.cs.ksu.edu (or any CS Linux lab machine). All following command should be run in a terminal session or terminal window.
  2. Make sure the Sun JDK is in your system path. You should see something like this:
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    When FIPS is enabled in Windows, our software uses Windows built-in cryptography, validated by NIST to FIPS 140-2 under certificates #2937, #2606, #2357, and #1892. On Windows XP and 2003, our software uses the Crypto++ 5.3.0 FIPS DLL, originally validated by NIST under certificate #819 (historical). When FIPS mode is not enabled, additional non-FIPS algorithms are supported.

    Current Bitvise software versions (8.36 and higher) use the following cryptographic implementations for different algorithms, on different versions of Windows:


    Algorithm
    Windows XP,
    Server 2003
    Windows Vista to 8.1,
    Server 2008 to 2012 R2
    Windows 10,
    Server 2016 to 2019
    Signature
    RSACrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
    Ed25519n/aDJBDJB
    ECDSA (NIST curves)Crypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
    ECDSA/secp256k1Crypto++ 5.3OpenSSLWindows CNG
    1024-bit DSACrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
    Non-standard DSACrypto++ 5.3Crypto++ 5.6Crypto++ 5.6
    Key exchange
    Classic DHCrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
    Curve25519n/aDJBDJB
    ECDH (NIST curves)Crypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
    ECDH/secp256k1Crypto++ 5.3OpenSSLWindows CNG
    Encryption
    AESCrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
    3DESCrypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
    Integrity
    GCMn/aWindows CNGWindows CNG
    HMAC-SHA2Crypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG
    HMAC-SHA1Crypto++ 5.3Windows CNGWindows CNG

    This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)

    This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).

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    SecureCRT combines rock-solid terminal emulation with the strong encryption, data integrity, and authentication options of the Secure Shell protocol. SecureCRT provides secure remote access, file transfer, and data tunneling for everyone in your organization.

    • Provide strong, multi-protocol security for data in transit

    • Set up and configure easily

    • Monitor and log events with automation support

    Enhanced ANSI color

    New built-in ANSI color schemes, including Solarized, make it easy to change the look of your terminal workspace. Choose from a variety of light and dark color combinations, all of which have coordinated background, foreground, and ANSI color combinations.

    Line rewrapping

    When the SecureCRT window is resized, the text in the terminal area is rewrapped.

    Connect bar auto complete

    Connect bar auto complete begins filtering as you type, making it easier to find and connect to saved sessions.

    Paste confirmation dialog

    A paste confirmation dialog option allows you to preview the contents of the paste buffer before pasting multiple lines of text into a session. This helps prevent accidental pasting of buffer contents into a production or other critical server.

    Drag and drop multiple sessions

    Multiple sessions can be dragged and dropped or copied and pasted in the Session Manager and Connect dialog.

    Session management

    Filtered searches in the Session Manager and Connect bar are faster, which is helpful when the session database is large or located on a network drive.

    Larger recent sessions list

    Up to 16 sessions can now be included on the recent session list.

    Encryption enhancements

    Support has been added for the SSH2 ChaCha20/Poly1305 and AES-GCM ciphers and the UMAC-128 MAC algorithm. OpenSSH certificates can now be used for authenticating SSH2 sessions.

    Scripting enhancements

    Scripting enhancements include the ability to script session locking from the Session object. A global INI-file-only option to specify the script path has also been added.

    Other enhancements

    If a session cannot be cloned or connected using SFTP on the existing SSH transport, SecureCRT will create a new transport. The “Update Now” menu item is now also available for the Mac, which checks for a newer version of SecureCRT. New to the Mac and now on all platforms, arguments can be passed to a local application that is launched when a tunnel is established.

    SSH1 and SSH2 support

    Both SSH1 and SSH2 are supported in a single client, providing the maximum in flexibility when connecting to a range of remote servers.

    User authentication

    SecureCRT supports password, public key, Kerberos v5 (via GSSAPI), and keyboard interactive when connecting to SSH2 servers. Public key support includes RSA (up to 16,384 bits), Ed25519, ECDSA (RFC 5656), DSA, PuTTY PPK, OpenSSH certificates, and X.509 (Windows) including smart cards (PIV/CAC). For SSH1 servers, password, public key, and TIS authentications are supported.

    Public Key Assistant

    Support for Public Key Assistant makes uploading public keys to an SSH2 server simple and safe for end users.

    Support for GSSAPI secured key exchange

    Mechanisms supported depend on GSSAPI provider.

    SFTP in a tab

    Open an SFTP tab to the same SSH2 session without having to re-authenticate to perform file transfer operations using an interactive, text-based SFTP utility. Drag and drop files and folders onto the SFTP tab to start SFTP file transfers faster.

    Encryption ciphers: Strong encryption

    SecureCRT supports ChaCha20/Poly1305, AES-GCM, AES-128-CTR, AES-192-CTR, AES-256-CTR, AES-128, AES-192, AES-256, Twofish, Blowfish, 3DES, and RC4, when connecting to SSH2 servers. For SSH1 servers, Blowfish, DES, 3DES, and RC4 are supported.

    Password and passphrase caching

    SSH2 session passwords and passphrases can be cached, so that you don’t have to reauthenticate to access the same server again while SecureCRT is running (also the Activator utility on Windows)

    Port forwarding

    Tunnel common TCP/IP protocols (for example, POP3, IMAP4, HTTP, SMTP) via SecureCRT to a remote Secure Shell server using a single, secure, multiplexed connection. Port forwarding configuration has been integrated into the tree-based Session Options dialog allowing easier configuration for securing TCP/IP application data.

    Dynamic port forwarding

    Dynamic port forwarding simplifies how TCP/IP application data is routed through the Secure Shell connection. Instead of configuring port forwarding on a per-application basis in SecureCRT, each application is configured to use a SOCKS server on a local host port. SecureCRT opens a port on the local host and acts as a SOCKS server for any SOCKS-compatible application, even those that use multiple ports, such as FTP.

    Interoperability

    OpenSSH-compatible host key fingerprint support and RSA host key support enhance SecureCRT’s interoperability with a variety of Secure Shell servers. Public keys can be exported in OpenSSH format and can be exported from PKCS #11.

    X.509 support

    Smart card-based public-key authentication using X.509-compatible certificates supports highly secure two-factor authentication. SecureCRT supports the PKCS #12 (.pfx) standard file format for X.509 certificates and private keys (Windows). PKCS #11 is also supported, allowing a cryptographic token interface to be used. X.509 host key checking automatically accepts the host key if the certificate is valid.

    OpenSSH key format support

    Generate keys in OpenSSH format or convert VanDyke Software format private keys to OpenSSH format so that the same keys can be used with other Secure Shell clients.

    OpenSSH Agent forwarding

    Agent forwarding support allows transparent authentication to multiple linked servers after the first SSH server has authenticated the user.

    SSH Agent support

    Once you register keys with Agent, re-authentication is automatic even if SecureCRT has been closed. From 6.6 on, keys can be added and removed using Manage Agent keys on the Tools menu.

    Host key management

    SecureCRT allows host keys to be viewed, imported, and exported.

    X11 forwarding

    Encrypt X11 sessions to secure remote X applications that are being displayed on the local machine.

    Data compression

    Improves the performance of encrypted dialup connections — variable compression levels from 1 to 9. When [email protected] compression is specified, compression starts after authentication, preventing unencrypted passwords from being cached by the zlib library.

    Wide range of terminal emulation

    VT100, VT102, VT220, ANSI, SCO ANSI, TN3270, Wyse 50/60, Xterm, and Linux console, with support for ANSI color with color schemes.

    Xterm extensions

    Supports the Xterm extensions for changing the title bar and for sending basic mouse events to the remote host. SecureCRT also delivers 256-color Xterm support.

    Character attributes

    Full terminal emulation support for character attributes including VT line drawing symbols, bold, underline, reverse and blink (and double-width and double-height fonts on Windows only).

    Unicode support

    Unicode support includes the ability to display character sets from multiple languages, including Japanese, Chinese, and Korean multi-byte character sets, and support for right-to-left reading order languages.

    80/132-column support

    Supports automatic switching between 80 and 132-column display. Different fonts can be configured for the 80 and 132-column modes.

    National Replacement Character Set

    Terminal sessions display international characters using NRCS if supported by the host application.

    Configurable rows and columns

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    Raw protocol mode

    This option, which is helpful for troubleshooting, allows for no (or little) interpretation of data from the remote system.

    Window size change

    For SSH2, SSH1, or Telnet servers supporting the NAWS extension, SecureCRT informs the remote system anytime the window is resized and the rows and columns change. For applications like Vi and Emacs, this ensures that SecureCRT stays in sync with the remote system without manually adjusting the remote’s settings.

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    VanDyke SecureCRT and SecureFX 8 Free Download

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    SecureCRT is a Windows terminal emulator that supports Secure Shell (SSH), Telnet, rlogin, serial, and TAPI protocols. SSH provides encrypted login, data transfer, and terminal sessions and is highly customizable and easy to use. You can also download Replay Media Catcher.

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    • Windows Vista support
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    Comparison of SSH clients

    Further information: Secure Shell

    An SSH client is a software program which uses the secure shell protocol to connect to a remote computer. This article compares a selection of notable clients.

    General[edit]

    Platform[edit]

    The operating systems or virtual machines the SSH clients are designed to run on without emulation include several possibilities:

    • Partial indicates that while it works, the client lacks important functionality compared to versions for other OSs but may still be under development.

    The list is not exhaustive, but rather reflects the most common platforms today.

    1. ^ abcOnly for jailbroken devices.
    2. ^lsh supports only one BSD platform officially, FreeBSD.
    3. ^Included and enabled by default since windows 10 version 1803. Win32-OpenSSH can be installed as an optional component in the Windows versiones before Windows 10 version 1803 to Windows 10 version 1709. Portable version can be download from Win32-OpenSSH for other versions.
    4. ^The majority of Linux distributions have OpenSSH as an official package, but a few do not.

    Technical[edit]

    Name User interfaceSSH1
    (insecure)
    SSH2 Additional protocols Port forwarding and TunnelingSession
    multiplexing
    [Note 1]
    KerberosIPv6TerminalSFTP/SCPProxy client[Note 2]
    TELNETrloginPort
    forwarding
    SOCKS
    [Note 3]
    VPN
    [Note 4]
    AbsoluteTelnetGUI (multi-session,
    single-window)
    Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP
    Bitvise SSH Client GUI or command lineNo Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SOCKS 4, 5
    Dropbearcommand lineNo Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes Yes Yes ?
    lshcommand line No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes ?
    OpenSSH (OpenBSD Secure Shell) command lineNo[Note 5]Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ProxyCommand
    PuTTYGUI or command lineYes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes[Note 6]Yes Yes Yes[Note 7]SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP; Telnet; Local
    SecureCRTGUIYes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP; Telnet; Generic
    SmartFTPGUI (multi-session,
    single-window)
    No Yes Yes No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP
    Tera TermGUIYes Yes Yes No Yes No No No No Yes Yes SCP SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP; Telnet
    TN3270 PlusGUIYes Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No SOCKS 4
    TtyEmulatorGUI or command lineYes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes No SOCKS 4,4a, 5; HTTP Local
    WinSCP[Note 8]GUI or command lineYes Yes No No limited[Note 9]No No No Yes Yes simple Yes SOCKS 4, 5; HTTP; Telnet; Local
    wolfSSHcommand lineNo Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes simple Yes ?
    ZOCTDI or command lineYes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes SCP and SFTP through terminal[Note 10]SOCKS 4; 5; HTTP; Jumpserver
    Name User interfaceSSH1
    (insecure)
    SSH2 Additional protocols TunnelingSession
    multiplexing
    [Note 1]
    KerberosIPv6TerminalSFTP/SCPProxy client[Note 2]
    TELNETrloginPort
    forwarding
    SOCKS
    [Note 3]
    VPN
    [Note 4]

    Features[edit]

    1. ^The ability to transmit mouse input to text mode applications such as Midnight Commander
    2. ^Only when the terminal itself supports mouse input. Most graphical ones do, e.g. xterm.
    3. ^No native URL highlighting; however most graphical consoles support URL highlighting.
    4. ^Validated when running OpenSSH 2.1 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 in FIPS mode or when running OpenSSH 1.1 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 in FIPS mode
    5. ^OpenSSH supports the minimal certificate format since v5.4. "OpenSSH Release Notes: 5.4". OpenBSD Project. 2010-03-08. Retrieved 2021-08-30.
    6. ^PuTTY does not support tabs directly, but many wrappers are available that do (e.g. PuTTY Connection Manager, SuperPuTTY, MTPuTTY, PuTTYTabManager, mRemoteNG, WinSSHTerm, PuTTY Manager, PuttyTabs and TWSC (Terminal Window ShortCuts)).
    7. ^PuTTY does not support hyperlinks, but some forks of PuTTY do (e.g. PuTTY Tray and KiTTY).
    8. ^PuTTY does not support smart cards, but is supported in puttywincrypt, PuTTY-CAC, and in Smartcard Authentication – Secure & Easy putty version.
    9. ^Putty v71.0 does not support OpenSSH certificates. See Ben Harris' 2016-04-21 wish. [2] and [3]

    Authentication key algorithms[edit]

    This table lists standard authentication key algorithms implemented by SSH clients. Some SSH implementations include both server and client implementations and support custom non-standard authentication algorithms not listed in this table.

    Name ssh-dss[AuthNote 1]ssh-rsa RSA with SHA-2ECDSA with SHA-2Security keys
    rsa-sha2-256 rsa-sha2-512 ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 ecdsa-sha2-nistp384 ecdsa-sha2-nistp521 ssh-ed25519 sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256-cert-v01 sk-ssh-ed25519 sk-ssh-ed25519-cert-v01
    AbsoluteTelnet? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    Bitvise SSH Client ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    DropbearYes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes
    lsh? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    OpenSSH (OpenBSD Secure Shell) Yes[AuthNote 2]Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
    PuTTY? Yes ? ? Yes ? ? ?
    SecureCRT? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    SmartFTP? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    Tera Term? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    TN3270 Plus? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    TtyEmulator? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    WinSCPNo Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes ?
    wolfSSHNo Yes ? ? Yes Yes Yes ?
    ZOC? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
    Name ssh-dss ssh-rsa rsa-sha2-256 rsa-sha2-512 ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 ecdsa-sha2-nistp384 ecdsa-sha2-nistp521 ssh-ed25519 sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256 sk-ecdsa-sha2-nistp256-cert-v01 sk-ssh-ed25519 sk-ssh-ed25519-cert-v01
    RSA with SHA-2ECDSA with SHA-2Security keys
    1. ^ is based on Digital Signature Algorithm which is sensitive to entropy, secrecy, and uniqueness of its random signature value.
    2. ^By default, disabled at run-time since OpenSSH 7.0 released in 2015.

    See also[edit]

    References[edit]

    Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_SSH_clients

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