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I'd use ssh, but for some reason my school ( davis high ) has it blocked ( 
couldn't even get it to work on weird ports )

On Thursday, January 17 2002 01:10 am, Gabriel Rosa wrote:
> > 2. Tunneling over telnet or http (http prefered)
> I'm not sure what you mean. How do you want to access your data?

Because I sometimes need to get at stuff at school ( but can't because I 
dont's use anything with cleartext passwords ), I need to encapsulate an ssh 
connection over either telnet or http.

> > 3. Athuentication
> You might even want to look into authentication key pairs, if you're using
> a laptop or some private system. This will make using scp more convenient,
> as you won't have to type out your password all the time. It's kind of
> annoying when using CVS over ssh to have to type your password at every
> commit/update.

Use keypairs already, I like them.

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