Re: what is the easist way to transfering files on Ethernet?
Curt Howland wrote:
You can also use ssh with gFTP, which gives you the familiar two-paned
interface for copying files back and forth between machines. Despite
the name, which suggest that gFTP is for FTP connections only, it also
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On Saturday 29 April 2006 22:37, Serena Cantor
<firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard to say:
I have just set up a network of 2 PCs using Ethernet
connection, both running Linux.
How to transfer files between them?
There are many different techniques. SAMBA, NFS, FTP, even
Konqueror-based FTP so it copies just like you are copying from one
directory to another. I like SSH for command line file copying.
Make sure that the SSH daemon is running on the other machine, and
from the machine you are logged into type, "scp file
Some users might find it easier than using scp on the command line, at
least under certain circumstances.
Michael M. ++ Portland, OR ++ USA
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