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2answers
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Why is this binary file being changed?

I am trying to copy files over SSH, but cannot use scp due to not knowing the exact filename that I need. Although small binary files and text files transfer fine, large binary files get altered. Here ...
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0answers
54 views

Shell script use ssh forwarding to send a file to a second system

I have ssh forwarding enabled and ssh to server A. On server A I want to run a script as root and take advantage of the ssh key being forwarded for USER to send a file to system B. I'm getting a ...
14
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4answers
40k views

How to copy files from one machine to another using ssh [duplicate]

I'm using Linux (centos) machine, I already connected to the other system using ssh. Now my question is how can I copy files from one system to another system? Suppose, in my environment, I have two ...
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vote
1answer
83 views

Copy files via a complex ssh connection?

Suppose I have host A from which I ssh to host B, where I sudo -U some_role and from under it ssh to host C. My goal is an interactive shell on C. Assume that from C I cannot ssh back to A. What is ...
2
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1answer
3k views

Can i transfer files using ssh?

I am using PuTTY on Windows 7 to ssh to my school computer lab. Can I transfer files from my windows machine to my user on the school machines using ssh?
2
votes
2answers
889 views

How to download the latest file in a folder using a scp?

I'd like to run an scp transfer to download the latest (newest) file in a certain directory to my local directory. Something like this: source: root@rimmer.sk:/home/rimmer/backups/ destination: ...
2
votes
2answers
622 views

How to copy a partition over network

I want to copy a Windows 7 partition that came installed on my laptop to my desktop computer. I've tried: # bzip2 -c /dev/sda5 | nc 192.168.1.1 2222 # on laptop # nc -l 2222 | bzip2 -d > ...
2
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2answers
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Interesting Secure Copy Behavior

I'm not entirely sure where to ask this question, so if this is not the right place just let me know and I'll move it. Today I was trying to using recursive scp to copy a directory between two Linux ...
2
votes
2answers
671 views

Upload file over ssh and execute command on the remote machine

I am trying to find the simplest way to upload a file using ssh and after that run a command on the remote machine within the same ssh session for some post-processing, so that I don't need to login ...
2
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2answers
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How can I get the address of my local machine?

I'm on a macbook running Lion. In Terminal I'm connected to my schools server with ssh. I navigated to a folder on the server and have a file I want to copy to my local machine, but I don't know what ...
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2answers
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“Permission denied, try again” while transferring files with scp

I have two servers (A and B) and my local machine. I'm trying to transfer a file from server A to server B. From server A: scp ./backup.tar user@server.b:/home/public/ Permission denied, please try ...
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9answers
47k views

SSH easily copy file to local system

If I'm logged in to a system via SSH, is there a way to copy a file back to my local system without firing up another terminal or screen session and doing scp or something similar or without doing SSH ...
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6answers
5k views

How do I copy all files and directories except certain ones over ssh?

Using the Linux command line, I use the scp command to copy up all the files and folders from a certain directory. However, I don't like to consume wasted bandwidth for copying up things I rarely ...