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curl -u username:password sftp://server.domain.com/path/to/textfile.txt I could be wrong about the syntax there but curl should download and display the file the same way cat would. No need to delete the file since it simply displayed the output unless you tell it to do otherwise.
Place the single quote within double quotes, as follows: sftp> put /path/Dr"'"\ A.tif It would also handle most other special characters as well. If you want to have a single double-quote, then quote the single double-quote within double single-quotes :-) : sftp> put /path/Dr'"'\ A.tif Alternatively, you can escape the single or double quotes: ...
SFTP entails communication between two pieces of software. Your sftp command is the client, but there needs to be server software running at the other end as well as network connectivity between you. Doesn't look like standard Windows ships with SFTP server - the closest is simple FTP in XP Professional. There are many third-party options however, ...
First, we see some information from man sftp: DESCRIPTION sftp is an interactive file transfer program, similar to ftp(1), which performs all operations over an encrypted ssh(1) transport. It may also use many features of ssh, such as public key authentication and compres‐ sion. sftp connects and logs into the specified host, then ...
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