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i can ssh into a remote machine i have downstairs, but when im logged in, i cant scp a file from that machine back onto this machine (the oneim ssh-ing from)
this is my process:
dave@DAC1138:$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
Linux Knoppix 2.4.5 #13 SMP Thu May 31 15:38:30 CEST 2001 i686 unknown
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knoppix@0[~]$ cd /tmp
knoppix@0[tmp]$ scp 0001.png email@example.com:/home/dave
You are working as dave
dave is the computer im ssh-ing from (the host machine). knoppix is the remote machine i ssh into. im trying to get a file from knoppix back onto dave, but as you can see, it just plops me back at a prompt, without copying the files. oh, and sshd is started on both machines.
the dave part because thats the user that im connecting as.
i do scp the file from here. the deal it i have 2 machines downstairs i render my images and videos on, so instead of wasting this cpu time rendering, i send them downstairs, ssh into the machines, render them, then *TRY* to scp the output file(s) back to this machine. im stuck on the scp the files back to this machine part.
i tried sftp, like this:
knoppix@0[tmp]$ sftp firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/dave 0001.png
Connecting to 192.168.1.100...
Received message too long 458960945
still not working.
Last edited by DAChristen29; 01-04-2005 at 05:50 PM.