I have a problem while copying files from a remote computer to my local one using the scp command. I am sure that I am using it correctly, please check it below:
:~/g4work> scp firstname.lastname@example.org:IndirectMethod_Spher...s/H_1.mac.root
What I get in return (instead of the statement saying 100% of file copied) is:
On this machine the G4SYSTEM=Linux-g++
The interesting point is that the above returned statement is one of the Environment variables set on both the machines that are necessary to work with a toolkit called Geant4. Here is what I get when I type 'printenv | grep G4' just to show you (note the statement in bold):
The other thing that I would like to mention is that these Geant4 Env. Variables are loaded each time a new (bash) shell is started as a result of the bash login script.
I would be grateful if someone could try to help me.