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chinaundead 04-11-2004 12:57 PM

Graphic SSH Client in Linux
 
Hi,

Is there any Graphic SSH client in linux?

Cheers!

acid_kewpie 04-11-2004 01:13 PM

what do you expect a "graphic" client to do? :confused: ssh is a command line system...

chinaundead 04-11-2004 01:55 PM

Sorry for confusing. I mean a graphic client like SSH File Transfer Client in Windows.

Cheers!

david_ross 04-11-2004 02:00 PM

I think you mean scp.

If you use kde you can use fish in konqueror:
fish://user@host/path/to/dir

chinaundead 04-11-2004 02:13 PM

thank you for reply.

I am using Gnome, any software I can use to have a graphic file transfer client. I am really tired of type such a long command in terminal using "scp".

Cheers!

acid_kewpie 04-11-2004 02:24 PM

scp is a doddle... i'd guess you need to learn bash better, it's much quicker than a gui. but i *think* gftp supports scp and sftp as well as ftp.

chinaundead 04-11-2004 02:41 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by acid_kewpie
scp is a doddle... i'd guess you need to learn bash better, it's much quicker than a gui. but i *think* gftp supports scp and sftp as well as ftp.
The reason I want to use GUI is that my personal folder's location in Campus server is more than 30 characters long, everytime I want to transfer a single file I have to type such a long path.

I tried gftp to connect to my Campus server, but it doesn't work.

Cheers!

DesiLILO 08-05-2004 05:13 AM

Quote:

If you use kde you can use fish in konqueror:
fish://user@host/path/to/dir
Thanks for that! I really love that one....it's so easy :)

ReefShark 08-05-2004 12:05 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by chinaundead
The reason I want to use GUI is that my personal folder's location in Campus server is more than 30 characters long, everytime I want to transfer a single file I have to type such a long path.

I tried gftp to connect to my Campus server, but it doesn't work.

Cheers!

Write a script around it or put something like
Code:

export CAMPUS="mylogin@1.2.3.4:/boy/what/a/long/location/this/is"
in your .profile. With that, all you need to do to scp is
Code:

# scp localfile ${CAMPUS}
If your personal folder is also your homedirectory, you can use mylogin@1.2.3.4:~/ by the way.

hob 08-05-2004 02:41 PM

chinaundead -

If you're running a very recent system...GNOME 2.6 has a "Connect to Server..." option in the File menu that accepts sftp://, and you can bookmark URIs in the File Browser.

plow_dawg 08-26-2006 06:18 PM

Try an FTP clien I know CoreFTP for Windows also alows a SSH socket connection

kirtimaan_bkn 08-26-2006 09:05 PM

I think having ReefShark's suggestion is best option. After all ssh is something that can be best utilised in command line mode.

--Kirtimaan

stress_junkie 08-28-2006 08:28 AM

There is a program called KSSH for the KDE environment.

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php...c8f2cc32f213a3

ErrorBound 08-28-2006 08:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chinaundead
The reason I want to use GUI is that my personal folder's location in Campus server is more than 30 characters long, everytime I want to transfer a single file I have to type such a long path.

You know that pressing tab will complete filenames right?

pwc101 08-28-2006 09:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chinaundead
The reason I want to use GUI is that my personal folder's location in Campus server is more than 30 characters long, everytime I want to transfer a single file I have to type such a long path.

does ~ not work for your personal folder? or is your personal folder not your home directory?...


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