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comment transferring files with spaces in them with putty's pscp
@neubert, also, can you successfully transfer a file without spaces in the filename?
Jun
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comment transferring files with spaces in them with putty's pscp
@neubert, are both machines Windows or is the remote machine *nix?
Jun
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comment transferring files with spaces in them with putty's pscp
The username and host should be on the target eg. pscp -load test "c:\path\to\file name.ext" "username@domain.tld:/home/username/file\ name.ext" You're already logged into Windows, so you don't need to specify local credentials. And you don't need to escape the space for the Windows filename.
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comment transferring files with spaces in them with putty's pscp
I think you have to specify the path also. eg. username@domain.tld:/path/to/file\ name.ext.
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comment transferring files with spaces in them with putty's pscp
With Cygwin scp I normally quote and escape the spaces, which seems to work. eg. 'file\ name.txt' Putty's pscp might be similar.