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Using RCP command we can transfer file from one server to another server.
While transferring we can rename the file also e.g.
File name = FILE123.txt (lying on Source server = oldserver)
Target Server Name = newyour
Renamed File = FILE456.txt
rcp FILE123.txt newyour:./FILE456.txt... (1 Reply)
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I have to transfer files from linux server to windows using secure ftp (sftp) .Kindly help me out. (3 Replies)
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I am developing an application that submits command line file transfers using ssh (Sun to Sun) and Tectia ssh (Sun to Windows Server) embedded in the code. Potentially many different trusted people will start the programs. Is there a way to have all the settings and keys localized so that there is... (0 Replies)
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I am having trouble viewing a file in ASCII after doing a 'get' using SFTP. It appears to have come across as machine language. Does the file have to be in ASCII format prior to the 'get' or is there a way to convert it to ascii after I get it onto my server? I have read where the secure file... (0 Replies)
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5. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I was provided with
Username and Password (worked when tested basic FTP)
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I have Solaris 10 and Linux in my environment.
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Is there any protocol other than SFTP to transfer the file using secured connection SSH. ?
Arthik (2 Replies)
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I would like to transfer files from UNIX machine to Mainframe system (using UNIX machine as client). The transfer process needs to be secure (i.e. data sent thro network should be encrypted using 128-bit encryption algorithm). I came to know that SFTP server is not available for Mainframe... (3 Replies)
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I am using shell script to do secure ftp. I have done key file setup to do password less authentication. Following are the FTP Details:
FTP Client has Sun SSH.
FTP Server has F-Secure.
I am using SCP Command to do secure copy files. When I am doing this, I am getting the foll error
scp:... (2 Replies)
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libcurl(3) libcurl easy interface libcurl(3)
libcurl-easy - easy interface overview
When using libcurl's "easy" interface you init your session and get a handle (often referred to as an "easy handle"), which you use as
input to the easy interface functions you use. Use curl_easy_init(3) to get the handle.
You continue by setting all the options you want in the upcoming transfer, the most important among them is the URL itself (you can't
transfer anything without a specified URL as you may have figured out yourself). You might want to set some callbacks as well that will be
called from the library when data is available etc. curl_easy_setopt(3) is used for all this.
When all is setup, you tell libcurl to perform the transfer using curl_easy_perform(3). It will then do the entire operation and won't
return until it is done (successfully or not).
After the transfer has been made, you can set new options and make another transfer, or if you're done, cleanup the session by calling
curl_easy_cleanup(3). If you want persistent connections, you don't cleanup immediately, but instead run ahead and perform other transfers
using the same easy handle.
libcurl 7.10.7 12 Aug 2003 libcurl(3)