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Copy files without encryption (ssh) in local network

scp works well in all cases, but the Raspberry Pi is to weak to copy files efficiently in a secure environment (lan). The theoretically possible 6,75 MB/s via 54 Mbit wireless lan shrink down to about ...
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How can I parallelise the upload of a directory by FTP?

I need to upload a directory with a rather complicated tree (lots of subdirectories, etc.) by FTP. I am unable to compress this directory, since I do not have any access to the destination apart from ...
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transfer file to remote host and append to file if existing

I have a command-line program that continuously generates output on the shell. I would like to be able to transfer the output to another unix host for which I know IP, username and password. ...
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rsync move files, leave directories?

I'm using rsync to copy data between my internal and external hard drives. It's done what I need, but I'm running out of room on my internal hard drive. So, is there any way to get rsync to function ...
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USB flash drive file transfers seem to hang multiple times during file transfer

I've got Scientific Linux 6.4 Installed (RHEL6.4) and am having trouble transferring to and from USB flash drives... Transfer seems to hang multiple times during transfer to the device, and transfer ...
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Loss of .eps file quality after using scp to transfer from remote server

When I scp (secure copy protocol) a .eps image file (generated using IDL) from a remote server to my desktop, the image seems to be of a lowered resolution and "choppy". Strangely, when I transfer ...
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Iptables to allow incoming FTP

i want to allow incoming FTP traffic. CentOS 5.4: This is my /etc/sysconfig/iptables file. # Generated by iptables-save v1.3.5 on Thu Oct 3 21:23:07 2013 *filter :INPUT ACCEPT [0:0] :FORWARD ...
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Transfer Ubuntu server 10.04 to another 13.04 [closed]

I am totally new to Linux administration and now I have big problem. I have old server with some sites, databases, programs etc that is Ubuntu 10.04. Because of too much users I rented new better and ...
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Why does scp say “No such file”?

I have a bash script that uses scp to copy a file from my machine to another. The script keeps on exiting after I enter the SSH password with the error: <filename>: No such file or directory ...
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using scp command to transfer files keeping the same names intact?

Using scp command I want to move files from local system to a remote system. I'm doing something like this: $ scp file1 root@abc:root /root/tmp With this command I'm able to upload file1 to ...
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Possible sftp connection behind a router that is impossible to open any public ports except some standart ports like http?

I want to ask about the problem that I have with my office computer. I cannot reach the router so I cannot redirect any incoming requests to my PC. I have to get a huge file from another computer on ...
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Linux Mint Stops Network File Transfers to Load Data into RAM

I've never seen or heard anything like this before, and I can't find anything else online that is at all similar. I've upgraded my network to gigabit and have been transferring large files lately ...
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Transfering files using ssh

I've found the following command pretty convenient for transferring files to servers I have ssh access to: cat myfile.txt | ssh my.host.edu "cat > myfile.txt" Is there a similarly convenient ...
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Unable to transfer files via SFTP when using a normal user account

I'm unable to transfer files via WINSCP>sftp to a GNU/Linux server. When transferring a file using root account, there's no problem. However, when I transfer using another account, the file being ...
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copying files from unix to windows?

Is there any way to automate the process of copying the files between windows and unix without doing it manually, using tools such as winscp. I need to copy files from unix to windows such by ...
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Discover MTU between me and destination IP

In a case I can use only UDP and ICMP protocols, how can I discover, in bytes, the path MTU for packet transfer from my computer to a destination IP?
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targeted network speed over LAN

I have a Solaris 11 system which has several NFS exports which are accessed my other systems within my LAN. I use a Linux system as a client for testing. I wrote a quick script to test read speed and ...
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Is there any way to use chown/chgrp without modifying the last modified date?

As the title says, I'm recovering files from an old hard drive and I need to keep the last modified date from the drive. The reason they are updating is because I need to change the ownership of the ...
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Is it possible to download extremely large files intelligently or in parts via SSH from Linux to Windows?

I have a ~35 GB file on a remote Linux Ubuntu server. Locally, I am running Windows XP, so I am connecting to the remote Linux server using SSH (specifically, I am using a Windows program called SSH ...
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Poor network performance from KVM virtual machine

I am running a 32-bit Linux virtual machine on KVM. The host machine is a 64-bit Linux machine connected to a LAN. Attempting to transfer files with scp from the KVM machine to a server on the LAN ...
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Copying protected files between servers in one line?

I'd like to copy squid.conf from one server to another. The servers don't talk to each other. I'd like to go through my workstation. Both servers have the file, so it will be overwritten on the ...
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Transfer large files without hogging the bandwidth (is there a BITS equivalent for Linux?)

Is an implementation of Microsoft's Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) available for Linux systems? I'm looking at my options for transferring large files to a remote Linux server over ...
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socat reliable file transfer over TCP

I am aware of disadvantages of "wait->stop" design, that usually is proposed with netcat: server$ cat test.dat | nc -q 10 -l -p 7878 client$ nc -w 10 remotehost 7878 > out.dat (It's not reliable ...
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dd: How do I know if it's still working?

I've not used dd all that much, but so far it's not failed me yet. Right now, I've had a dd going for over 12 hours - I'm writing an image back to the disk it came from - and I'm getting a little ...
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Where to find file transfer history from a SSH client (Debian/Linux)?

Help!! Have you ever tried dragging a folder to another folder by mistake in a graphical SSH client? Well, I did this morning, and since I wanted it to stop immediately (I could see it was about to ...
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Reading a filesystem from a whole disk image

I ran these commands: VBoxManage clonehd d6b9f0a5-98df-48ca-83c8-91a0809ec349 --format RAW Debian.raw sudo dd if=~/.VirtualBox/HardDisks/Debian.raw of=/dev/sda5 When I try to mount the partition, I ...
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How to specify where files are transferred to using ssh

I know how I can send files to a specific directory on a remote server using ssh, but I don't know how to specify it.
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Easiest way to duplicate directory over FTP

I want to duplicate a directory on an FTP server I'm connected to from my Mac via the command-line Let's say I have file. I want to have files2 with all of file's subdirectories and files, in the ...
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Shomehow the rx/tx-counters on the interface resets

When doing ifconfig from hour to hour I notice that the counters for RX/TX bytes transfers resets: RX bytes:921640934 (921.6 MB) TX bytes:4001470884 (4.0 GB) How come? I would like to keep track ...
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How to copy a file that is still being written over ssh?

Here is the situation: I am uploading a large file from client A to a server using sftp. I also need to download this file from the server to client B over ssh. What I would like to do is start ...
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Configuring IPoD on Linux

I use Fedora 13 and very recently i brought a new Apple iPOD shuffle. I would like to know whether i can transfer music without using iTunes into my iPOD. I tried using gtkPOD and RhythmicBox, but ...