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 ...
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 email@example.com:/home/public/ Permission denied, please try ...
Can somebody suggest a small one-.c-file ftpd server, so I can run it on any port and it would accept ftp upload with any l/p on that port and put a file into a folder where it runs? No config files ...
How do I only copy files to a remote folder on another server that don't already exist in the folder… from the command line in linux?
I have two folders on two different servers. I want to sync files between A and B, however, I only want to copy files that don't already exist in folder B because these files are huge. I don't care ...
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 ...
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 ...