The ssh command is a powerful tool for secure remote access to a Linux system

It allows you to log in to a remote system over a secure encrypted connection.

Below is the syntax of using the ssh command: "ssh username@hostname"

If this is the first time you're connecting to the remote system, you may see a message like "The authenticity of host 'hostname' can't be established".

Once you're logged in, you can execute commands on the remote system as if you were sitting at the local console.

 To terminate the ssh session and log out of the remote system, type "exit" or press Ctrl+D.

If you don't want to enter your password every time you connect, you can set up SSH key-based authentication

You can use the "-X" option with the ssh command to enable X11 forwarding, which allows you to run GUI applications