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re^n: connectivity, ssh

On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, dan moylan wrote:

> ok, ok.  i ran.  i've dumped telnet-server, and empowered ssh,
> with much fumbling.  i can now ssh from the desktop to the laptop
> though not vice versa (the desktop still has the medium firewall
> up and i don't know how to take it down, short of doing a
> reinstall).
> however, one step at a time.  i've looked all over the ssh man
> pages and don't really see anything about file transfer.
> how do i achieve rcp functionality?

scp. e.g. `scp username at host.domain:/path/to/fromfile tofile`.  Newer
versions of openssh also support sftp, which is like ftp, but secure.

make sure that ssh can be found on both ends.  maybe symlink into
/usr/bin or something.

next fun thing to try is rsync over ssh...

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