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File Transfer With Putty

On Fri, 2006-11-10 at 01:20 -0500, Rusty Shackleford wrote:

> I am trying to transfer small files from my windows machine on the fly
> to my linux machine and I was told that I can do it when I ssh into my
> linux box with putty.  The only thing is I cant figure it out.  I have
> searched for references and the only things I can find seem to only
> work if I was working with two linux machines and was not using putty.
> Any help? 

If you want to do ssh file transfers from Windows, there's a much 
better program for that: FileZilla.

FileZilla supports a bunch of protocols including ftp and ssh-sftp. 

John Abreau
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