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Old 06-14-2019, 03:16 AM   #16
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I used Windows explorer to access it.
 
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Old 06-14-2019, 03:24 AM   #17
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I used Windows explorer to access it.
Try this then...
Install WinScp and use that to sftp to your server. Iím not confident that Windows explorer is the right tool...or even works for what you want to do.

(Gotta wonder...why is it like pulling teeth to get information from you. Is it a language issue? What is your native language?)
 
Old 06-14-2019, 03:58 AM   #18
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I tried WinSCP but it did not help a lot. IT IS only the way to connect.

I do want to have proper account to current SFTP.

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Old 06-14-2019, 04:19 AM   #19
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I tried WinSCP but it did not help a lot. IT IS only the way to connect.

I do want to have proper account to current SFTP.
I'm done. I'm out. You can't or won't communicate. I give up.
 
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Old 06-14-2019, 07:01 AM   #20
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I used one other Windows machine to access

sftp://113.255.213.124/

I can get into it but I expect to have proper control by user account and to have also write permission to it. You can try now and you should be able to get into it.
scasey, I think the OP is using Windows Explorer (??) to access SFTP. They don't seem to understand that unless they set the account up (as you've suggested) with the right permissions on the root folder, things won't work. And if they (*AGAIN*) followed any of the thousands of guides on how to set up chroot'ed SFTP, they would also solve their problems with upload as well. Given their posting history, I doubt that will occur.

And bear in mind, from the four pages in their other thread, they want this user account to be anonymous (as in, no password), and to be able to upload. No matter the protocol used, that's just a horribly bad idea for 99% of scenarios.
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I'm done. I'm out. You can't or won't communicate. I give up.
Please see the OP's posting history.
 
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Old 06-14-2019, 08:06 AM   #21
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I tried WinSCP but it did not help a lot. IT IS only the way to connect. I do want to have proper account to current SFTP.
Doesn't appear as if you do, since you're not providing any information, or taking any of the advice you're given. As you've been asked many times before, read the "Question Guidelines". You, personally, need to do some research on your own, ask CLEAR questions and answer questions when asked. Otherwise, there's not much point in posting. Here's the steps you need:
  • Put "how to chroot sftp on linux" into Google.
  • Press <ENTER>.
  • Read and follow either of the FIRST TWO LINKS
That's how. If you don't want to learn or listen, there's nothing anyone here can do for you.
 
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Old 06-14-2019, 11:44 AM   #22
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scasey, I think the OP is using Windows Explorer (??) to access SFTP. They don't seem to understand that unless they set the account up (as you've suggested) with the right permissions on the root folder, things won't work. And if they (*AGAIN*) followed any of the thousands of guides on how to set up chroot'ed SFTP, they would also solve their problems with upload as well. Given their posting history, I doubt that will occur.

And bear in mind, from the four pages in their other thread, they want this user account to be anonymous (as in, no password), and to be able to upload. No matter the protocol used, that's just a horribly bad idea for 99% of scenarios.

Please see the OP's posting history.
Oh, I got it. I'm not sure why I tried again. Maybe an attempt to both help with the problem and educate the OP. I'm not sure why I thought they'd respond to me when they hadn't responded to you and others. Some kind of vanity, perhaps...sigh. I'm done with them now. Ignore list +1

I appreciate your support and insight TB0ne; not just here, but everywhere you participate on LQ. Keep it up.
 
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Old 06-14-2019, 12:48 PM   #23
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Huamin, We'd really like to help you, but please review https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...#faq_lqwelcome and let us know if you have any questions.

--jeremy
 
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Old 06-15-2019, 07:31 AM   #24
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Thanks to all.

TBOne,
I followed your given steps (in the URL) and how to resolve below issue now?

[root@CentOS65x64 huamin]# sudo systemctl restart sshd
sudo: systemctl: command not found
 
Old 06-15-2019, 01:28 PM   #25
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Thanks to all.

TBOne,
I followed your given steps (in the URL) and how to resolve below issue now?
Code:
[root@CentOS65x64 huamin]# sudo systemctl restart sshd
sudo: systemctl: command not found
Seriously? After this: https://www.linuxquestions.org/quest...ml#post6004303
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You ARE ABSOLUTELY STUPID guy and keep on fighting for ever! Why don't you shut up and leave the question to other people?
You actually expect people to be eager to help you? Again, as you've been told NUMEROUS TIMES, you need to do basic research, and show some effort. You were given advice in your other thread, ignored it, then yelled at/insulted people. You then opened THIS thread, where you didn't bother to try to think about what you were told, or look it up. I had to give you search terms, before you actually looked.

Did you think about WHY you were running sudo as root??? Do you know what sudo does?? Did you think about what the error is telling you???

If you aren't willing to learn and think, then you need to hand this job to someone else.
 
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Old 06-17-2019, 12:28 AM   #26
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I can access

sftp senthil@113.255.213.124

within CentOS. How to access it within other Windows client machine?
 
Old 06-17-2019, 07:09 AM   #27
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I can access

sftp senthil@113.255.213.124

within CentOS. How to access it within other Windows client machine?
Sorry, but are you serious????

You've been told dozen of times, over the course of YEARS:
  • To ask a clear question
  • To answer questions you're asked clearly
  • To actually PROVIDE DETAILS when asking questions
  • To show effort of your own
...and you follow up with this?? Your last two questions could have been looked up, by you, with a simple Google search, and even after you received hints and advice on how to perform this task, you STILL had to have someone give you an exact search term (after you yell and insult people). And now you post this...which:
  • Is NOT Linux related
  • Provides NO DETAILS at all (version of Windows? What kind of client? Error(s)/message(s) you get?)
..and we're back to square one. Have a problem with Windows software? Post on a Windows forum...or actually try to READ THE DOCUMENTATION for whatever software you're using. You know...BASIC RESEARCH, instead of asking to be spoon-fed each little piece. And since you said this earlier:
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I used Windows explorer to access it.
...did you try to explore what Windows explorer can and can't do?? If you did, you might have found out that Windows **CANNOT ACCESS SFTP NATIVELY**.

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Old 06-17-2019, 08:42 PM   #28
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I only expect to get into

sftp://113.255.213.124/

in Windows 10 File explorer, to be able to write into it. How?
 
Old 06-17-2019, 09:17 PM   #29
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I only expect to get into

sftp://113.255.213.124/

in Windows 10 File explorer, to be able to write into it. How?
That is NOT POSSIBLE (as you've been told a gazillion times already!)

Google: WinSCP - then install it and use it...do NOT ask here how to use it!
 
Old 06-17-2019, 10:05 PM   #30
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I did ever try WinSCP.

Why can't we use Windows 10 File explorer, for SFTP? What is the exact reason?

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