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# 1  
Old 10-30-2003
moving files ??

I am using AIX Version 5.1
If I moved a file say using this command [mv file.exp /rd/rpt]
but the directory rpt did not exist would this dump the file?
I went back to the directory I was moving it from and the file was gone and when I looked in the directory I moved it to of course that directory was not found. Is there anyway to remedy this problem?
Thanks
# 2  
Old 10-30-2003
Your file should be in the /rd directory but now named "rpt" ---- unless you did another mv file2.exp /rd/rpt which would over-write it.
# 3  
Old 10-30-2003
so whats gone is gone?

so the second time I did that the file before is replaced the next one I out in and the first one is gone?
I understand I believe Smilie
Thank you
# 4  
Old 10-30-2003
Hi!

This is my first post. Please excuse me for asking such a poor question.

I am a MacOsX user and have learned by myself how to log to my other Macs on a Network. (typing ssh bernardo@192.168.0.1 on the unix terminal).

Could any of you guys teach me how to move files from one computer to another once I have logged in?
# 5  
Old 11-02-2003
Try "scp /sourcedirectory/sourcefile user@targethost:/targetdirectory/targetfile".

To get more information type "scp" w/o any options or refer to www.openssh.org's
man pages.

Hope this helped.

---Tommy
# 6  
Old 11-02-2003
Hi Tommy!

Thanks for replying!

Letīs say that I am logged using my computer at home, with my another computer at work, and imagine that the IP address is 192.168.0.1 (just an example).

Would this be the comand line?

scp /users/bernardo/desktop/myfile.txt bernardo@192.168.0.1:/users/bernardo/desktop/myfile.txt

Thanks again!

Bernardo Hohl
Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
# 7  
Old 11-03-2003
Quote:
scp /users/bernardo/desktop/myfile.txt bernardo@192.168.0.1:/users/bernardo/desktop/myfile.txt
Yes, that should work if you have ssh (and scp) installed in both servers and you have necessary port opened in your firewall (normally tcp 22, opened by client side).

---Tommy

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