[CentOS] file manager over ssh
John R Pierce
pierce at hogranch.com
Sun Aug 17 09:49:29 UTC 2008
Rudi Ahlers wrote:
> scp is the easiest in this regard. It runs over SSH, so your data is
> secure - especially if it's over the open internet.
> The commands are as follows: scp user1 at otherhost:/home/user1/myfile .
and in fact, if /home/user1 is user1 at otherhost's home directory, that
can be shortened to...
$ scp user1 at otherhost:myfile .
you can also copy the other way...
$ scp myfile user1 at otherhost:.
which would put it in user1 at otherhost's home directory... or...
$ scp -R . user1 at otherhost:/remote/path
would copy ALL files and subdirectories from the current directory to
/remote/path on otherhost...
`man scp` for lots more options...
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