I would like to copy files in an remote server from one directory (in the remote server) to another (also in the same remote server). I tried this: scp -r firstname.lastname@example.org:/folder_a/*myfiles* ...
vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config egrep -i 'Pubkey|Password|Listen' /etc/ssh/sshd_config | grep -v '^#' ListenAddress 0.0.0.0 PermitRootLogin without-password PubkeyAuthentication yes ...
When I try to use the command get from sftp, I get the error saying that it is not a normal file. Is there a way around this?
Is it possible to disable direct login for normal users (like oracle) in linux but allow scp and sftp for that use?
Is there a simple way to restrict an SCP/SFTP user to a directory? All methods that I've come across require me to set a chroot jail up by copying binaries, but I don't think that should be necessary. ...
I used to think SCP is a tool to copy files over SSH, and copying files over SSH is called SFTP, which is itself a synonym to FISH. But now as I was looking for a Total Commander plugin to do this in ...
A puzzle: files being uploaded in realtime by SCP to SERVER1 need to be transfered to SERVER2. But: SERVER1 doesn't actually have network access to SERVER2 (NAT), however SERVER2 has SSH access to ...
I have a linux based router that doesn't have the SFTP server installed. More specifically, when I sftp user@ipaddress I get a sh: /user/libexec/sftp-server: not found error. My interest isn't trying ...