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C:\Users\ching\proj\fdGlIfFix\src\BP>pscp PS104T ching@moscow_host:/home/ching/tmp/ ching@moscow_host's password: PS104T | 44 kB | 44.4 kB/s | ETA: 00:00:00 | 100% C:\Users\ching\proj\fdGlIfFix\src\BP>pscp -i c:\users\ching\random.ppk PS104T ching@moscow_host:/home/ching/tmp/ PS104T | 44 kB | 44.4 kB/s | ETA: ...


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One plausible cause: Transferring files from a system where capitalization of filenames makes them distinct (separate). Example: ~/Projects/z$ pwd /home/hannu/Projects/z ~/Projects/z$ uname -srp Linux 3.16.0-46-generic x86_64 ~/Projects/z$ mount | grep home /dev/sdb1 on /home type ext4 (rw,noatime,nodiratime,errors=remount-ro) ~/Projects/z$ dir ...


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There are many hidden file you can't see and then if you select all the file and try to copy in other destination there might be a possibility that the file is already exists over there so windows will ask this definitely to you. The most possible reason for existing the same file in an empty folder is a virus which copies itself to all the files in ...


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Unchecking AppEx worked for me using Windows 10 Home Premium. File transfer in Filezilla accelerated to over 10X faster speed before it ran out of file to transfer. Was at around 10kbps.


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Try deactivating your firewall for both the public and private networks for the mean time till the download is done


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There are a variety of methods you could use. One method you could use would be to configure one of the systems as a Secure Shell (SSH) server and use a SSH client on the other. You could could then transfer files from one to the other using the Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). You could, for instance, install freeSSHd on the Windows 8.1 PC and then ...


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I know this is super-late,ubut I'd thought I'd mention that I, at least, have a bluetooth icon in the... what is that, the notifications bar, right-hand corner by the clock (if using the default start bar position). I usually have to open the little "more icons" arrow to find it, but when you click or right-click it brings up a menu. The fifth option down, ...


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Total Commander has that option. Preserves NTFS permissions, too. If you are not using it, now is the time to start, it's extremely powerful!


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Easy Transfer does not transfer programs. Plus, it is no longer available in Windows 10. After quite a bit of testing, I've settled on using Zinstall's products for transfer jobs that I occasionally do. They have a straight-forward Easy Transfer alternative, and also have a product that transfers everything, including programs, settings, files, the whole ...


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How much RAM do you have? If you have a lot, consider using a RAM disk as swap space. Something like http://www.ltr-data.se/opencode.html/#ImDisk should suffice.


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Most of the answers listed so far is what I would go with, but with all of those it got me thinking about another way that can work ingeniously within the interesting constraints you've put - if you were truly bound by them. Easy ways with additional resources Other Hard drives (Internal or External, Bought or Borrowed - If there are vendors/ stores who ...


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Free room If some of your drives are extN formatted they might well have reserved space for root (standard is 5%). Make it zero with tune2fs. That could make 50 + 12.5GB more free room. With a deduplicator: rmlint is an extremely fast tool to remove duplicates and other lint from your filesystem. There is no package for Ubuntu that I know but it's quickly ...


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You can also use winrar/zip to split the compressed file into chunks of say 10GB and move them around as you wish. But like someone already said, you will still be short around 35GB on disk B unless the data can be compressed alot.


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I can think of three ways off the top of my head: Use another drive as a temp storage. Take another 150gb+ drive. Move files from A onto T move files from B onto A move files from T onto B Requires an extra drive and the ability to plug it into at least one of the servers. Use something like Dropbox/Onedrive/Google Drive as an intermediary instead of ...


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answer regards ubuntu: if it is all one or few too large files (>20GB) then split them using dd and combine their contents on the other side by cat if only one file is bigger than 20GB but smaller than 25GB then create copy batch scripts swapping in batches if you feel risky and its more about many small files you can use rsync twice the same time and a ...


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You can't do what you want. DiskB has 15GB Space available, you want to remove 100GB from DiskB and then add 150GB to DiskB. You are short by ~35GB. When you come back with some workable math then there are a few options: You could borrow an external hard drive from someone. Delete unused files to create space. Use in-place compression of folders (If ...


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The biggest issue was the fact that I named my surface and desktop the same name so I could not view the other in the network tab. Created a shared folder on the windows 7 machine and the files are showing up on both machines. Dropbox seems to actually have a LAN sharing setting, but I do not have enough storage space on it for that option to work and my ...


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I suggest creating a Windows share and dropping the files in there, then connecting to the share server from whichever machine you are transferring to. To do this, open "Computer Management." If you can't find it, search for it using the search bar under recent programs in the menu. Then navigate to "System Tools" and finally "Shares." These are all the ...


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In this day & age the easiest way I have found to keep everything up to date between multiple systems is simply to use some manner of cloud storage. Dropbox, my personal preference. Here is a list of alternatives. Drive is the only one I have personally used & can also recommend. Edit: I know this doesn't directly answer your question & ...


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you can create an autorun file which this code is in there to copy files from the PC. %backupcmd% "%USERPROFILE%\pictures" "%drive%\all\My pics" So if you switched the two codes in quotes it'll copy files from the USB. Like So. %backupcmd% "%drive%\all\My pics" "%USERPROFILE%\pictures" or you can try: @echo on :: variables SET odrive=%odrive:~0,2% set ...


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As far as I know, nowadays there are many solutions capable to solve your issue, such as Airdrop, AirMore, Dropbox, all of which make it easy to wireless transfer files. As long as you scan the QR code on the web to connect your android with the software, you can enter the app interface. Then choose transfer button you can manage to transfer files between ...


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If you want to use an SSH-server, try the following to set it up. I'm assuming your virtual machine doesn't need much security, as these instructions will open up root SSH logins for your guest machine. You could revert these changes when you're done. I'm assuming the openssh server has already been installed. Open up your openssh configuration file with ...


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Here's how, provided you have FileZilla: in the Quickconnect box, enter sftp://yourserver, your username and password. Hit connect You will get a SSH warning stating that you don't have that host key cached. Optionally click Always trust this host, add this key to the cache Download those files!



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