The SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) provides secure file transfer functions using the same infrastructure used by the Secure Shell protocol. It can be seen as a secure replacement for FTP.

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Using nohup on Solaris 10

I need to transfer a large number of files over SFTP (only between Solaris servers) which takes a very long time. I cannot keep my PC on for this duration. I tried: nohup sftp server1 While the ...
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What's difference between FISH and SFTP? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What's the difference between SFTP, SCP and FISH protocols? I use SSH for remote file systems access. And I use Krusader file manager. Krusader offers a choice of ...
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SSH Do not connect even with publickeys installed

I'm trying to connect two servers. I got the id_dsa.pub key from user john from server A and paste into authorized_keys of user mike from server B. Then I tried to connect from server A to server B ...
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Sftp interface to Scp

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 ...