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How can I copy a folder from the Linux command line (ssh)?

Say I'm in the / folder in a remote Linux machine I connect to over ssh. There's a folder called testapp. /testapp I want to create an exact copy of this called: /testapp-staging Using a GUI I ...
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Download a file from a linux remote server using ssh

I have backup all my website files to a zip folder from cpanel. Now I want to download this zip folder to my local drive. I searched on internet and found command line code 'scp' but its not working ...
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Sending files through ssh

I need to send files to a server using ssh. I have never used ssh so this is being really frustrating to me. Mention the client (me) is using windows and the server is using Ubuntu. I connected to ...
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How to copy a file on machine B(which I am ssh to) to my local laptop A(running Ubuntu)

I use my own laptop(Ubuntu) to ssh to my school server(linux). And I do my assignments remotely like this. But I have an habit of putting all my files on Dropbox so that I can gain access of them ...
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How to retrieve files to local machine when logged in to SSH?

I know that you can grab files with scp like this: scp user@remote_machine:/path/to/source /path/to/destination However, I'd like to know if there is an easier way to do this, when I'm already ...
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Can I stop a netcat tar pipe and continue later without overriding existing files?

I'm trying to copy a lot of files from my NAS to my server, about 2TB. I found that using a netcat tar pipe to copy the directories goes pretty fast, about 40mb/s. It seems to work faster than rsync ...
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Copying files using PuTTy (not PSCP or anything else, just PuTTy)

I read bazillion questions on similar topic but they always mean "PSCP" when saying "PuTTy". The thing is I am in an environment where I am not allowed to use anything else than either PuTTy or ...
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Copy from remote server to my laptop via ssh

I am on centos server (via SSH) and I don't want to open file manager to copy dump file. What comand whould I use (scp or what) to copy that file from remote server directly to my comp. like cp ...
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pscp copy file remotely from Windows to Linux

I need to copy file from my Windows XP system to remote Linux system. Win location : c:\1.txt LInux location:/tmp What should be the command? EDITED: pscp is recognized and OK on my PC.I CAN ...
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Copying files with SSH

I am trying to copy a file from my other computer, to another computer. (both running Ubuntu 9.10) So say: I've ssh'ed into the other computer; i 'cd' to the directory; and i entered cp File.zip ...