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This solved it for me: ssh-keygen -f "/home/local/.../.ssh/known_hosts" -R


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Changing password of user2 fixed the issue. Now I am not sure if it has something to do with encoding or escaping of the password inside of WinSCP or any other weird problem. EDIT 1: I changed the password back to the one not working and tried to find the special char causing problems. It was a the non-ASCII char 'ยง' causing the problem. I tried another ...


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I just read about this and is very simple. In Nautilus you must go to Connect to server and at address dialog use ssh://user@server to acces to files via SSH/SCP ftp://user@server for ftp accesss sftp://user@server for sftp smb://server for windows shares


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It is possible to add users with a shell that will only allow utilities such as scp, rsync and other nice utilities: rssh I used it on my webhosting service way back, and it did the trick. Users were unable to log in and get a shell, but they were still able to upload stuff properly. Add them as normal users, but give them rssh as a shell with chsh, and ...


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There's no way to initiate a file transfer back to/from local Windows from a SSH session opened in PuTTY window. Though the latest version of PuTTY (0.64) supports connection-sharing. While you still need to run a compatible file transfer client (pscp or psftp), no new login is required, it automatically (if enabled) makes use of an existing PuTTY session. ...


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So, this is a bit of question necromancy, but since I got here, and then realised what the answer was after reading the first answer, I figured I'd put this here for other wayward souls. Because of the way scp works (over stdin/stdout over ssh AFAIK), having a naive bashrc that prints messages breaks the formatting scp is expecting, and thus the connection. ...


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debug1: Sending command: scp -v -f /source/path This is the command which your local scp process is requesting to be executed on the remote server. Scp works by launching another copy of scp on the remote host. The two scp instances communicate with each other to perform the file transfer--one sends files, and the other receives them. "-f" is the flag ...



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