For this tutorial I have the following setup: my desktop client is PostX Gnu/Linux(Debian based) and my server machine is Lubuntu´s latest image (as it was during October 2017).
SSH is a secure shell network protocol, which let’s you to form a connection from one computer to another securely over the network. SSH can be used to access remote devices, which are online somewhere but you can also use SSH to access devices on your LAN(devices like Raspberry PI).
We will be using OpenSSH. It comes in two parts: it has the client and the server. You need to install the server part to the machine that you want to access and the client part to the computer(s) accessing the server.
On Debian based systems this is usually as easy as: Continue reading