Re: what is the easist way to transfering files on Ethernet?
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On Tuesday 02 May 2006 07:03, "Michael M." <email@example.com>
was heard to say:
> 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 does SSH.
> Some users might find it easier than using scp on the command line,
> at least under certain circumstances.
Konqueror has a "fish://hostname/" that handles ssh to look the same
as ftp:// or local files for that matter. It's quite convenient to
have one tool that does so many different things, either in different
tabs or different windows as one wishes at the moment.
I was pleased the Konqueror dealt with my locking down passwords on my
ssh-only server, and it asks for the passphrase for the private key
instead of a password without skipping a beat or behaving any
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