DESPERATELY need a Unix expert's help!

Diomedes

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Original poster
Oct 5, 2004
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I was using JellyfiSSH to establish an SSH tunnel to a remote Linux server. Now, every time I launch Terminal it connects to the remote Linux server, instead of my local machine. How can I change this?

Any help would be much appreciated!!
 

armandocerna

macrumors regular
Sep 22, 2004
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Chico, CA
Take a look in your .profile file in your home directory maybe it has something to auto start. There might be a .bashrc file it's in if it isn't in the .profile. Just use vi and edit the file and remove the line.


EDIT: Just realized you might not be able to access a terminal because that program is running just hit ctrl-c and it should stop whatever it is trying to do and give you your prompt back. You might be able to open that file in textedit or something like that if you can figure out how to get finder to show hidden files.
 

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