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KrazyHorse@home
12-06-2006, 05:48:28
Just now:

I was sshed into my workstation (computer A) from home (computer B). I then sshed from that login shell to my departmental account (computer C). I started scping files to there from one of my research group's common workstations (computer D) which were being written out from a program I had running on another common workstation (computer E)

:clueless:

Vincent
12-06-2006, 06:33:33
Exciting life you have

Scabrous Birdseed
12-06-2006, 06:57:35
Just sshed up.

Funko
12-06-2006, 08:27:37
Does he keep his sshoevlss in his sshed?

MoSe
12-06-2006, 08:38:51
ssh schmssh

Drekkus
12-06-2006, 12:25:01
Sssssshhhhh!1!!!

shagnasty
12-06-2006, 13:02:36
Tigerssh?

Lurker the Second
12-06-2006, 13:17:23
You gotta admit, he certainly proved his point.

Japher
12-06-2006, 13:19:37
and then he posted about it, at the one site he knew he wouldn't get made fun of

Funko
12-06-2006, 13:25:23
Anyone got any idea what he was talking about?

mr_G
12-06-2006, 13:26:02
multitasking

Japher
12-06-2006, 13:29:53
network abuse

Tizzy
12-06-2006, 13:43:01
Wanking.
Isn't that what all threads are about?

MoSe
12-06-2006, 14:03:26
are are or are just about?

King_Ghidra
12-06-2006, 14:16:13
Originally posted by Tizzy
Wanking.
Isn't that what all threads are about?

and the world cup

MoSe
12-06-2006, 14:41:52
the workup?

Eklektikos
12-06-2006, 14:41:56
Same difference. :nervous:

Eklektikos
12-06-2006, 14:42:20
x-post

Dyl Ulenspiegel
12-06-2006, 15:00:17
wank cup

Tizzy
12-06-2006, 15:03:14
wank up, wank down, wank up , wank down

Repeat as required

Cruddy
12-06-2006, 22:12:31
I've re-read it, seems to be an account of network metaprogramming.

It could be wanking, but it seems a little obscure.

JM^3
13-06-2006, 13:06:15
Once I was using a terminal that had been SSHed so many times it was rediculous.

Basically the standard practice was to SSH to another computer if the one you were using was slow, so this one had been used over and over again, with different computers being slow every time.

To just log in to my computer from outside Jefferson Lab I have to SSH 3 times.

JM

alsieboo
13-06-2006, 14:38:34
I think Tizzy has some issues she needs to work out

Funko
13-06-2006, 14:39:08
Originally posted by alsieboo
I think Tizzy has some issues she needs to wank out

:hmm:

Tizzy
13-06-2006, 14:43:57
Ok, so I was wrong. Seems I do have something to do tonight.....

Drekkus
13-06-2006, 15:13:54
Originally posted by JM^3
Once I was using a terminal that had been SSHed so many times it was rediculous.

Basically the standard practice was to SSH to another computer if the one you were using was slow, so this one had been used over and over again, with different computers being slow every time.

To just log in to my computer from outside Jefferson Lab I have to SSH 3 times.

JM So SSH is some abbreviation for wanking to porn on the internets?

Japher
13-06-2006, 15:18:57
Shaking the Stinky Hanky

Sir Penguin
14-06-2006, 22:43:46
Once I was sitting in the Linux lab at school, and used rdesktop to log into my home computer, where I used remote desktop to log into a server I administer, where I SSHed back into the workstation where I was sitting, and used Lynx to post on forums. It was a slow day.

SP

Colon
15-06-2006, 07:12:08
I know ssh does not really mean Shaking the Stinky Hand, but reading all those posts using this definition makes me giggle.

Asher
15-06-2006, 07:25:44
Back in my day, we didn't use no stinkin' SSH. We used telnet, and we LIKED IT.

KrazyHorse@home
15-06-2006, 07:27:58
Our department's computers refuse to accept telnet connections.

Sir Penguin
15-06-2006, 16:40:55
What if you telnet into port 22?

SP

KrazyHorse@home
15-06-2006, 17:03:41
It fucks up totally

JM^3
15-06-2006, 17:17:50
we have to SSH also

at least at my university, that happened 2 years ago (that everything changed from telnet to SSH)

I don't know when it all went SSH at JLAB

JM

Christoph
15-06-2006, 21:35:59
:/

Oerdin
16-06-2006, 00:48:45
Originally posted by Asher
Back in my day, we didn't use no stinkin' SSH. We used telnet, and we LIKED IT.

Now telnet I am familiar with. Still don't know what SSH is though I now have some strong guesses.

KrazyHorse@home
16-06-2006, 00:49:55
secure shell

Asher
16-06-2006, 01:35:50
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ssh