Re: how to remote login and copy files?
- From: "Douglas A. Tutty" <dtutty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 22:57:20 -0400
On Sun, Sep 23, 2007 at 09:47:10PM -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
On 09/23/07 21:26, Serena Cantor wrote:
Should I install ssh and nfs and read their manuals?
You're being a bit vague. Remotely log into what? Unix, VMS, z/OS,
Windows? Do you need to log into a shell, or do you *really* just
need to transfer files?
Typically, though, the ssh package will be what you want. In
addition to remote login shells via /usr/bin/ssh, it offers remote
copy via /usr/bin/scp. sftp should be in there, too.
And then there are the old cleartext standbys ftp, rlogin and rsh.
Or, in conjuction with ssh (if you want encrypted) there's rsync.
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