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    Just installed Ubuntu 10.4 on a virtual box for some messing about.

    So my question is, what do the linuxies use for SSH? Just command line or something special?
    I also used to have a term that slid down from the top on the press of a hot key but I can't for the life of me remember what it was called :/

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    Originally posted by Shakyj View Post
    Just installed Ubuntu 10.4 on a virtual box for some messing about.

    So my question is, what do the linuxies use for SSH? Just command line or something special?
    I also used to have a term that slid down from the top on the press of a hot key but I can't for the life of me remember what it was called :/
    Yes you can use any shell or terminal for ssh. Makes no difference.

    I think the pop-down terminal you used to have was probably Tilda. The key would be F1 if I remember correctly.
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      Yea, I knew I could. Just wasn't sure if there was a preferred way of doing it.

      That was the one, but I used the key above tab.

      I LOVE seamless mode in virtual box

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