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October 23, 2004, 10:10 pm
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Does it mean:
1) If computer is runing as a SSH server, it can not run as a client?
2) I can run client on computer with ssh server, but not at the same when
somebody is connected to the server.
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Re: Need to clarify: You can just use SSH on one end and not the other???
No, neither of those things is in general true; I can't speak for
specific Windows implementations, but I would be surprised if it were
true of them. I don't know what the original article is trying to say,
although given the general standard of language I wouldn't be surprised
if "can" turns out to be a typo for "can't" (i.e., you need both an SSH
client and an SSH server).
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