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how can i transfer a local file to a logged in ssh session without using scp? im doint this in the terminal under ubuntu, but this goes for any linux system.

** say im logged into a server via the terminal in ubuntu and now i want to copy one of my files on my desktop over to that logged in session?

  • rsync or scp are the only ways I know of. – Michael Mims Apr 5 '13 at 19:17
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scp or mount via sshfs are the options that come to mind.

You may wish to look at https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/2857/ssh-easily-copy-file-to-local-system

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short answer: You can't. SSH is acronym for Secure Shell. To TRANSFER files, you NEED scp, which stands for Secure Copy.

Edit: what you CAN do, is to use ssh to transfer files without already being connected, here is how:

cat file.name.ext | ssh login@example.com 'cat >> file.name.ext'

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