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Old 01-11-2013, 10:51 AM   #1
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LXer: Resume an scp file transfer

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Since my mythtv set-up was, for some crazy reason, not allowing me to do a direct download of recorded programming through the mythweb interface, I needed to find an alternate way of snagging those files. I have an ssh server running on my home LAN, so using scp for this seemed like it should work, though I knew it would take a bit of tinkering. Read on to see what sort of tinkering I did and, just as importantly, a way I discovered of resuming the disrupted download.



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