If you are seeing this in your bash (SSH), It makes it tough to navigate through SSH since it doesn't give you much information. [code]-bash-3.2#[/code] To fix that, you can simply type this in your SSH when logged in: [code]PS1="[\u@\h \W]\$ "[/code]
The first issue that I had after installing Ubuntu 8.10 was that I could not connect to SSH on it because SSH server is not installed on Ubuntu 8.10 and it never asked me if I wanted to make a selection of what software packages I need to have installed. I guess thats why they are making a less then 25 min install promise. Here's how you can enable / configure / install SSH on your Ubuntu 8.10 Open a terminal window by selecting the Applications menu and selecting Terminal from the Accessories menu. In the terminal window enter the following command and press enter to execute it [code lang="plain"]sudo apt-get install openssh-server[/code] It will automatically download and install the SSH serve and configure it to run on port 22…
If you want to use CakePHP's bake tool on Linux command line (like I have development environment on Linux) then you can ssh to your linux box as shown in the screen shot below Second, you can execute the cake bake command in the following manner [code lang="plain"]./cake/console/cake bake[/code] as shown in the picture below
To create a tar from a directory using SSH on Linux punch in the following command [code lang="plain"]tar -vcf backup.tar mystuff/[/code] Where "mystuff" is a directory and backup.tar is the target compressed file. You can also create a file called archive.tar of all the files and subdirectories in the current directory with the following command [code lang="plain"]tar -vcf backup.tar *[/code] Note: "v" flag is for verbose mode.