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I'm used to running ssh on a Unix command-line and am working for the first time with PuTTY on Windows. When I type

get file.txt

on the PSFTP command line, where does file.txt go? PSFTP returned:

remote:/somedirectories/file.txt => local:file.txt

but I can't find the file locally.


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It saves it in the local working directory. You can see the local working directory by typing:


You can change the local working directory using:

lcd \path\to\new\dir
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you are a life saver... :) – Coding Enthusiast May 7 '15 at 14:48

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