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I use Ubuntu Lucid and use the terminal to access my virtual server (GoDaddy - Red Hat Fedora Core 6). Using the terminal and entering SSH [account name]@IP gets me there. I can manipulate the server then.
But how do I transfer files to/from the Ubuntu terminal to the Fedora server? I want to (using Evolution) email a file on the server to someone. Stumped.
There are lots of ways to move files across the network. The "best" way
depends on just what you're wanting to do. After all, by reading this
page you're copying a file from the linuxquestions.org server to your
local machine, but you wouldn't want to use HTTP for most file transfer
do not touch a go-daddy server with the dead and unsupported fedora 6 on it. Fedora 6 has NOT had any security ( or any other) updates in 3 years .
Would you use a version of Microsoft windows that DID NOT HAVE the last 3 years of fixes installed -- the answer is NO A VERY BIG NO -- so do nor use a Linux version that has NOT had any updates in the last 3 years !!!
-- run , run as fast as you can from them !!!
-- use some one else !!!!!