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I am setting up a Linux Mint server to host a website (first linux install, I am a novice).  I have installed LAMP and the developer says that they need Control Panel access (or shell access?).  Any idea on how I can accomplish this?
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if you can trust these people, you can install and start sshd which give secure shell access
don't forget to add users with proper permissions/restriction befor enabling ssh access
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