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A linux based navigation device is connected with my windows machine. I want to copy a text file to root of device using shell script from windows machine(through cygwin or putty). please help.

Acctually it is an navigation device connected with windows machine, some shell scripts are running on device an loggings are saved to the windows machine through putty. i want to transfer that log text to device through shell script.

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Have you already tried using the windows explorer? – ott-- Jun 6 '12 at 13:12
Is the Linux device mounted on the Windows one? Can it be mounted? What kind of device is it? We can't answer your question. – Linuxios Jun 6 '12 at 13:25

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