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How to copy remote files to local if you don't have permission on the remote directory? [duplicate]

We have a Linux Server where our site is hosted. The server is a tomcat server and I want to access the logs located at /var/log/tomcat7. I wanted to tail the logs of the remote server. First I did ...
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How to parallelize the for loop while scp the files?

I am running my below shell script from machineA which is copying the files machineB and machineC into machineA. If the files are not there in machineB, then it should be there in machineC. The below ...
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Download the file from either of two machines using SCP?

I have a below bash shell script which I am running from machineA and that shell script will try to download a tar file from either of these two machines machineB and machineC and put it in ...
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Copying files from one machine to another without asking for password

I am currently using this command. I am on another machine (ip1) scp file.txt root@ip2:/home/praveen/test.c /home/praveen The command will prompt for password. I use it in some shell scripts, and ...
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scp stuck when trying to copy files from Linux to windows

I use the following scp syntax in order to transfer a lot of files from Linux red-hat 5 to windows machine (under Temp directory). SSH server is already installed on windows machine. I use this line ...
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file modified while doing scp/cp [duplicate]

I'm doing scp to a database while it's active. Its not very critical but I would like to know what will happen to a file when it is modified in the middle of a cp process? Does it get corrupted or it ...
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Copy symlinks from ext3 to cifs share

I'm using scp to copy files from a Linux disk (ext3 file format) to a Windows disk (NTFS exposed using CIFS over the network). I've found that scp follows symbolic links and copies their contents ...
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ssh/scp works but rsync just constantly says “no”

Hi I have a windows 2003 server that I need to back up onto a linux client so I install cygwin on the Win2k3. On the Win2k3 I have enabled ssh, scp but (because the Win2k3 server uses an customised ...
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Transfer a file from Android to a PC (not in the same network)

If I were connected by wifi in my network, there isn't any problem because with AirDroid I can access the sdcard files using the browser. However when I am out, how can I transfer a file from my ...
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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 ...
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Disable direct login for normal users (like oracle) in linux but allow scp and sftp?

Is it possible to disable direct login for normal users (like oracle) in linux but allow scp and sftp for that use?
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Problem in secure copying (scp) filenames with spaces

I am trying to copy files using secure copy(scp). I am trying to execute the following command but I get error due to the space in the absolute path of the location of the directory. scp -r -P 8484 ...
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SCP works, but SSH doesn't (over wifi)

As the title says, when I'm using wifi at my office, I'm able to copy files to and from my server using SCP, but for some reason SSH is non-responsive. It just hangs, doesn't print anything, and 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.