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Old 03-26-2007
saving from unix into pc

hi,

i access unix through secure shell (SSH) from my pc running on windows. Can i save files from unix directly into windows-run pc?. e.g. vi files into notepad???

thanks alot,
-a
# 2  
Old 03-27-2007
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Originally Posted by alikun
hi,

i access unix through secure shell (SSH) from my pc running on windows. Can i save files from unix directly into windows-run pc?. e.g. vi files into notepad???

thanks alot,
-a
I use this GUI based software UltraEdit through which i connect to my UNIX box using SSH.This software helps you to save ur UNIX files onto your windows directories.The easier way of doing it,ofcourse. Smilie

But if you are looking to do that from UNIX box,i dont know,i guess you may require some FTP program where in you can connect to your windows IP and do the file transfer.
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Old 03-27-2007
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Originally Posted by kumarsaravana_s
I use this GUI based software UltraEdit through which i connect to my UNIX box using SSH.This software helps you to save ur UNIX files onto your windows directories.The easier way of doing it,ofcourse. Smilie

But if you are looking to do that from UNIX box,i dont know,i guess you may require some FTP program where in you can connect to your windows IP and do the file transfer.
Yes, you can edit and save your work from within ultraedit. Like kumarsaravana_s said, it has feature like remote editing/saving and uses FTP protocol to do that. If you are using ssh, you might consider tunneling ftp traffic for it to work properly and safely
# 4  
Old 03-27-2007
guys, thanks a lot for the tips; let me go and find ultraedit, this seems to be the thing I need...
# 5  
Old 03-27-2007
kumarsaravana_s, andryk how are u guys doing?

donwloaded a trial copy of ultraedit, sounds really cool. I tried to connect through ssh but asks about server, among others things like port, psswd and username. I got all the details except SERVER. What should i put here?. i am connecting to GNU/Linux. Thanks, alikun
# 6  
Old 03-28-2007
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Originally Posted by alikun
kumarsaravana_s, andryk how are u guys doing?

donwloaded a trial copy of ultraedit, sounds really cool. I tried to connect through ssh but asks about server, among others things like port, psswd and username. I got all the details except SERVER. What should i put here?. i am connecting to GNU/Linux. Thanks, alikun

Put in your server IP address through which you were previously connecting to GNU/Linux and select SFTP instead of FTP

I do have a patch for UltraEdit V12.20b.If in case you have downloaded the same thing,try this serial key.It may very well work for you.

Name : alikun
serial : LEL3T-BIH5M-Z2S4M-R3O4Q
# 7  
Old 03-28-2007
kumar thanks so much, this software is way smarter than bill gates :-)
it worked; it was the ip add that was misssing. As soon as this was done, i could see all directories from Linux listed in win directories.

It was v13.0 but may try your version too.

again thank u very much
-a
 

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