Linux command

Posted on 2006-05-31
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
Dear experts, please help.
How to access those files using IS command, and what command I should use to connect and transfer those files to another workstation? I don't want to use the 'move' command. Thank you.

Question by:kiirowei
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    Accepted Solution

    Perhaps you can use the "scp" command to transfer the files.  Type "man scp" in a linux command line to get more information about this command.  Also here is a website with more about the "scp" command.
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    Expert Comment


    you can do:

    scp /etc/passwd
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    Expert Comment

    xDamox - that's a little sloppy! ;)

    scp /etc/passwd

    should be:

    scp /etc/passwd


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