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Re: Connect linux PC to linux PC



On Apr 4, 2005 2:37 PM, Andy Green <andy warmcat com> wrote:
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> Richard S. Crawford wrote:
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> |>I have a foder on the desktop i would like to transfer file to from my
> |>Notebook.  How can I accomplish this feat? What info would you
> 
> | NFS will work for this purpose, or you could just use FTP or SCP to copy
> 
> Forget everything else, use scp.
> 
> scp username hostname:/path/to/things localdestinationpath
> 
> to copy the remote file to the local PC
> 
> or
> 
> scp localdestinationpath username hostname:/path/to/things
> 
> to copy the local file to the remote PC
> 
> If you have KDE on your notebook or desktop, you can use the ultra-cool
> fish:// protocol to view and drag and drop files from the remote PC
> using ssh so it is all encrypted.
> 
> For example, in konqueror
> 
> fish://username hostname/path/to/things
> 
> Will, after getting a password from you, show you the directory listing
> of /path/to/things on the remote computer hostname, with you "logged in"
> on the remote computer as "username".
> 
> That directory listing follows all the same semantics as a local
> directory listing, you can delete files (according to the privs owned by
> the username you "logged in" with on the fish:// line) drag and drop and
> so on.
> 
> It doesn't need KDE on the remote computer either, so you can get all
> these convenient powers of management in local konqueror even on a
> headless server in another country.  Really cool!

> 
I don't have KDE on either PC  (broke all the time) 
Still use fish ? 

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Jim Lawrence
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