Earlier I was working on a clients Mac OSX laptop and needed to login remotely without the hassle of setting a password and then removing it when I was done. The article below will describe not only how to enable SSH from a terminal window on the Macintosh laptop itself but also how to configure SSH so it will allow remote login via SSH without a password.
While messing around with a client’s laptop this afternoon I needed to enable SSH and decided to not only do it via the CLI but locate the method to do it via the Mac OSX Desktop as well. Enabling SSH via the OSX GUI can be done via the Sharing sub section of System Preferences by checking one box. Below is information on how to launch OSX System Preferences, navigate to enabling services in Sharing, and then enabling SSH.
Excluding one port from a tcpdump output is easy. Use the below syntax to make sure the port is excluded as both a source and destination in the tcpdump output. bash tcpdump -n not dst port 22 and not src port 22 You might issue the above command if you are connected to the server…
I am sad to say that currently there is not a legit way to turn off Auto Complete on the iPod Touch. Many people might recommend to Jailbreak the Touch so you can modify anything including the auto complete functionality. In my opinion Jailbreaking your iPod Touch should only be done if you have way above average technical skills so this would rule out most people.
There are a lot of people who claim all you need to do is SSH or FTP to your Touch or iPhone and you can modify a file and turn off auto complete. You can only SSH or FTP to your phone if it is jailbroken. Again I would not recommend doing this unless you either have a spare Touch/iPhone or your technical ability is above average.