You're doing this the very hardest way, but here you go:
- Get the wonderful
pscp program. I'm not a Windows person at all so all I can tell you is put
pscp.exe in your
- On the Windows machine, change directory to
- On the Windows machine:
pscp test.c odroid:test/ You'll probably have to type in your Ubuntu password.
- On the Ubuntu machine, compile and test.
You have to "pull" the file from your Linux machine, because Microsoft artificially makes computers into "servers" and "clients" (presumably to create false high price points for corporate buyers) and doesn't see fit to put a SSH server on anything. For that matter, you may need to start
sshd on your Ubuntu box.
Honestly, you'd be better off doing text editing on the Ubuntu machine. First, there's an amazing range of editors of various types available, from NotePad imitators to full-blown IDEs. Second, you're going to have problems with end-of-line bytes moving the file back-and-forth between Windows and Linux. At some point, the compiler will refuse to compile something, or your Windows editor won't recognize a single newline character as end-of-line.