Re: SCP problem
Jule Slootbeek wrote:
Yes, there is enough space, all the other users i talk to have no
problem scp'ing. I even rm -r'ed my .ssh dir. but nothing change.
Are you running into a problem with using the wrong version of ssh --
protocol 1 or 2?
What's the story about not making anything called test?
It's a shell built-in. You could cause yourself all sorts of
interesting grief if the shell misinterprets your commands with "test"
Have you tried watching the output of scp with the -v switch option
added to your command line?
Most times when I have ssh or scp problems and use -v, the problem
becomes glaringly obvious. A missing cipher type, wrong protocol
version, server that won't allow a particular authentication type -- etc.
Nate Duehr, email@example.com