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> Copying Files Between Ip's, Syntax to copy files to another linux IP
jmccormick
post Oct 8 2004, 03:16 PM
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How to copy files from one linux cpu IP to a second linux cpu IP?
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michaelk
post Oct 8 2004, 04:16 PM
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There are several methods.
Using FTP server on one PC and a FTP client on the other.
If the PCs are not on a local network I would use SSH and use sftp as a secure method of transfering files.
Another method is to configure NFS which would be mounting a remote filesystem. Then you can either use the command line or file browser to copy files.
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post Oct 8 2004, 05:45 PM
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in short what he is trying to say is you can't just type in a command like cp 192.168.1.1 file.tar or anything like that. You are going to need a program to do via something like ftp or ssh.


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