Configuring and accessing through SSH
At the moment SSH connections are available only in PHP containers.
What is SSH?
Secure Shell (SSH) is a cryptographic network protocol for operating network services securely over an unsecured network. Typical applications include remote command-line login and remote command execution, but any network service can be secured with SSH.
To enable SSH at Umbler, access your Control Panel and under the selected domain go to Website > Settings > SSH and select: Create SSH Hey.
Inform the user, the title (pick a name for the key) and the generated SSH public key.
Done! Your SSH access is configured with your login and SSH Public access Key.
We recommend emulating the SSH environment using Git-SCM. You may use the default settings for the installation.
Use the connection string showed in the Control Panel to connect to your service in Umbler:
Press Enter to connect.
Done! Now you can run your commands using the bash.
To access using a Mac, open your terminal.
Access using the string shown in the Control Panel, it should look something like this: ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 98422
In your terminal access using the string shown in the Control Panel, it should look something like this: ssh email@example.com -p 98422
|vim||Edit text files||vim file.txt|
|mkdir||Create folder||mkdir test|
|cd||Navigate to a different folder||cd /public/test|
|ls||List files and folders||ls|
|ll||List files and folders and their details||ll|
|rm||Remove files and folders||rm file.txt|
|cp||Copy files and folders||cp test.jpg test-02.jpg|
|mv||Move or rename files||mv test.txt test2.txt|
|git||Version Control||git init|
|echo||Print a message on the command||echo Hello World|
|gzip||Compress and extract files||gzip file.txt|
|tar||Compress and extract files||tar -cf test.tar test.txt|
|zip||Compress files and folders||zip file.zip file1|
|unzip||Extract files and folders||unzip file.zip|
Please keep in mind that this file has no file extension and it needs to be located in the root folder of your SSH at ~/.ssh/config OR C:\Users\your-user\.ssh\config