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revised Volume / gain too high with ALSA under Debian for an USB sound card
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revised How to export and import an user profile from one Quassel core to another?
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revised How to export and import an user profile from one Quassel core to another?
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revised How to export and import an user profile from one Quassel core to another?
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comment How to export and import an user profile from one Quassel core to another?
Not sure it is what I'm looking for. I mean, migrating the DB wasn't a problem at all (I managed to do it quite easily). I'm interested in handling data at the user profile level (moving or deleting a specific user of the database) Maybe I have been a bit misleading with in the last sentence of the question, I'll correct it to be more accurate.
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revised How to export and import an user profile from one Quassel core to another?
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revised Volume / gain too high with ALSA under Debian for an USB sound card
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comment How can I copy files in Putty to local computer?
A quick search (cygwin scp) with my favorite search engine enable me to find that the ssh and scp commands are provided with the openssh package of the Cygwin setup : question-defense.com/2010/01/07/…
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comment How can I copy files in Putty to local computer?
You didn't say you had Cygwin installed ! And i didn't mentionned it because I think it's even more "hxckish" as you say if your intention was only to transfer a file. In this case you can install scp under Cygwin if not already done (re-run setup.exe and select scp package) and use scp like you would do on an *ix system.
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answered How do I transfer a file over ssh from one machine to another?
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comment How can I copy files in Putty to local computer?
Hi hhh, pscp is a command-line tool as specified in the documentation available on the official website : the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/0.62/htmldoc/Chapter5.html#pscp If you are looking for a graphical tool, I suggest you to use WinSCP .
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revised How can I copy files in Putty to local computer?
forgot to mention pscp as an alternative solution
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