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Old 12-12-2005, 10:38 AM   #1
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Question whi scp in enterprise redhat version4 64bit does not work?

Hi to all,
im dealing with a strange problem:
i am currently working on a network of computers which share different versions of os: linux redhat (version 9 64 bit, 7.2 32 bit) and unix.
Well i was trying to begin backups with rsync, but nothing was copied.
Then i noticed that scp from another computer to the server (the only one with redhat 9 ws version4 64 bit) does not work. But scp from this to other computers work properly.
Could somebody help me?
I have to tell you that i am a newbie, but after authentication i think everything must work, especially if im root

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