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SSH(Secure SHell) is a cryptographic network protocol to allow remote login and other network services to operate securely over an unsecured network. SCP (Secure Copy Protocol) is a network protocol, which supports file transfers between hosts on a network. SCP uses Secure Shell (SSH) for data transfer and uses the same mechanisms for authentication. ...


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Tested and corrected via these instructions: http://askubuntu.com/questions/46930/how-can-i-set-up-password-less-ssh-login The instructions here worked flawlessly when I tested on my boxes (CentOS/CentOS). I imagine the issue is your ssh keys are not tied to a username. Example: cat authorized_keys # on Box I'm sshing/scpin' to ssh-rsa ...


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Just add this option to scp: --sparse=always It's listed on cp man page, but also works for scp.


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Best one I found was win-sshfs it link remote directory as real drive with all features. fallow to install: install last version of dukany library: https://github.com/dokan-dev/dokany/releases install last version of win-sshfs: https://code.google.com/archive/p/win-sshfs/downloads


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Zmodem It is best to use SCP, there's no problem having scp run at the same time you are using an SSH terminal session. If you use an ssh authentication agent (e.g. Pageant for PuTTY and pscp), you shouldn't need to re-authenticate. An alternative is a zmodem transfer. You need sz and/or rz on the host computer and an equivalent capability at the client ...


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rather than having to drop out to a local terminal and scp, or open up a separate file browser window The tiling terminals or window managers are good alternative. I use Terminator and opening new Tile with local shell is one click and transfering files using scp is just a line of code. Workflow combining terminal window with file browser might sound ...


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As always there is not nly one way to do this. My first thougth was to create a shellscript using find to create a filelist and den using rsync, scp or whatever to copy the files.. However, why do it complicated to achive a simple task? Actually, i dove into the man page of rsync and found the --max-size=SIZE and the --min-size=SIZE arguments.. Use these to ...



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