Re: secure ftp
If you're working on a workstation with X, GFTP (the recent version) can use sftp for
secure, guix ftp. Just make a connection with ssh to get the key, and then select
the ssh protocol in GFTP.
brian moore wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 04, 2000 at 05:41:46PM -0700, Tal Danzig wrote:
> > Hello,
> > On Mon, 4 Sep 2000 17:24:23 -0700, brian moore said:
> > : On Mon, Sep 04, 2000 at 01:18:08PM -0700, Tal Danzig wrote:
> > : > Hi all,
> > : >
> > : > If you have ssh2 installed there is sftp2.
> > :
> > : If you have openssh installed, there is 'sftp', even available as a deb
> > : of the same name.
> > :
> > That's good to know.
> > So is openssh the equivalent of ssh2? And more importantly is it backwards
> > compatible with the older version of ssh?
> Openssh currently supports both ssh1.5 and ssh2 protocols. So, yes,
> you can use it in place of ssh-nonfree and/or ssh2 (hence the name
> change with potato -- 'ssh' refers to openssh). The sftp2 that
> works with ssh2 is proprietary, as I recall. It only works with ssh2,
> which has that evil non-free license, so I've never looked seriously at
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