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copying files between computers using Telnet

Posted on 2001-08-15
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I connected from one of my computers to another one of mine remotely via Telnet. After I find the file that I want to copy, how can copy the file from the remote location to a selected directory on the the local computer? I'm sure it's easy but I just don't know the command(s)
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telnet cannot copy.
Either use rcp, or better scp, or mount the remote machine to your local machine, or use ftp.
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by:paulqna
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Try the "rz" command...

example : rz -be
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Excuse me... ?
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please clarify...
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