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Old 09-28-2008, 11:36 PM   #16
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Old 09-28-2008, 11:41 PM   #17
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it could be due to your "scp" on you server is corrupted

I faced similar issue, and found out the "scp" file was corrupted.
I followed these steps and worked for me:

1. find out where the scp is located: which scp
2. delete the scp file
3. if you are using redhat, then remove the openssh-client by typing: yum remove openssh-clients
4. now install the client back again with fresh copy: yum install openssh-clients

this should work, since it worked for me. btw if youa re using Ubuntu you need to type "sudo apt-get" instead of "yum"

hope this helps.

cheers
Senthooran Kularajasingham

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