This part of the document will contain the basics to ssh. [todo]
This part is to be containing a short basic intro on how the crypto mechanism works. [todo]
In the snail book, also know as SSH, The Secure Shell: The Definitive Guide written by Daniel J. Barret & Richard Silverman, published by O'Reilly, there was a line containing the following :
repeat the following scentence three times : "ssh -v is your friend"
This will give you verbose logging, so you can see what is happening. From now on, we will consider using ssh -v as standard procedure when using ssh.
By the way, the authors of the snailbook also maintain a website on the book, which has some sample chapters, and a nice FAQ. It can be found at (how appropriate) www.snailbook.com. If you want to become a ssh-shaolin-master, I reccomend you buy the book :).