Re: sftp access from ISP to home machine
* stan (email@example.com) wrote:
> I've got ssh working on my home machine, and I've added sftp as a subsystem.
> Now when I try to run sfto from my ISP shell account I get prompted for a
> password. Unfortunately, I don't get prompted for a username. And since my
> user name on my home machine differs from that on the ISP's shell machine I
> seem to be stuck.
> With ssh I can use the -l option to overide this. How can I make sftp work?
> "They that would give up essential liberty for temporary safety deserve
> neither liberty nor safety."
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Works for ftp as well :-)
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