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comment copy a file with scp, which is not stored on a filesystem
I think i do have shell access.. why? Sorry, im really new in this.
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comment copy a file with scp, which is not stored on a filesystem
thanks for the advice, i edited the question a bit. With "target server" i mean the "server B", where i want to copy the file. First i have to connect with the server B with ssh. then i want to download the file. And according to your answer i have to use "wget" to download it first on the server A (where im logged in), and then copy it with scp to server B. So there is no one-step-solution. right?
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comment copy a file with scp, which is not stored on a filesystem
with wget its possible to save the file directly to the target server. but is there a security risk compared to scp?
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asked linux: can a file/directory belong to a group which the owner doesnt belong to?