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comment I have 2 computers with Linux, how can I send with ftp files from computer1 to computer2 (shell command)?
@meyosef if you only have 2 computers behind your router and you are using dhcp it is probably +/- one ip address from the ip address of computer2, but you are going to need physical access (or ssh) to setup the required services.
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comment I have 2 computers with Linux, how can I send with ftp files from computer1 to computer2 (shell command)?
+1 ip addr is easy, this is the first I've heard of it.
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comment Put /home on another partition and encrypt it
+1 great answer. ext2fsd works for vista, barely.
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answered I have 2 computers with Linux, how can I send with ftp files from computer1 to computer2 (shell command)?
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answered Opensource alternative to blackboard / webct
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answered Multiple Screens, Multiple OS
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comment Torrent Client - Command line - Windows
+1 Cool, rtorrent is awesome never thought of cygwin!
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answered Overwrote an image through, FTP, but it isn't showing up?
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revised How do I keep OSX from catching/interpreting the bash keyboard-shortcuts?
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comment How to display “Comic Sans MS” in Linux?
+1 Comic Sans is horrible.
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answered How do I keep OSX from catching/interpreting the bash keyboard-shortcuts?