So, I just started a new C++ class that requires me to program in a Linux environment. I don't have Linux installed on my machine, but I do have OS X and I can ssh into a linux machine in the lab at ...
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 ...
I needed to write a that behaves correctly with nasty (spaces, braces, etc..) filenames. scp -rv "$1" shiny:/Volumes/Seagate3To/\"$1\" This function works, but I don't understand why the quotes ...
I am trying to write a function that I will put on all my machines in order to make it easy to send files at a fixed place on my network. Here is my script so far. Some folder may have duplicates ...