Hello everyone. This is my first post. I am using pclos 2k7 from home. I have files at work on a fc9 box. I am trying to connect to my company's ssh environment from home.
$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
<<-- seems to work just fine.
From there I have to ssh user@fc9 to get access to my fc9 box at work.
I tried to copy files from my box directly to my pclos 2k7 box at home, but it looked like I copied it to the shell environment instead. I used the following command :
scp -r user@pcshell:/home/user/folder1 .
I guess the 'ssh environment' is a box that allows the tunnel connection for ssh sessions. So anyways, when I do a 'ls', I see that I have copied the 'folder1' in my home directory of the 'ssh environment' box. But I would like this folder and it's contents to be copied to my home pclos box.
I tried then using this command:
scp -r email@example.com
It asks for the user's password. I provide it but then it just hangs.
I have a DSL connection going into a linksys router providing dhcp leased ip addresses. My pclos is on a laptop with a wireless connection.
Any ideas would be appreciated.