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Re: sftp removing writable bit
DePriest, Jason R. wrote:
sftp gives you a familiar FTP shell; it is not just a command you run
I understand that.
Simple. Just ssh <remotemachine> ls /path.
you can list the files on the remote system and make decisions about
what files you want instead of requiring that knowledge beforehand
Yes. Simply do:
cd path Change remote directory to 'path'
lcd path Change local directory to 'path'
chgrp grp path Change group of file 'path' to 'grp'
chmod mode path Change permissions of file 'path' to 'mode'
chown own path Change owner of file 'path' to 'own'
help Display this help text
get remote-path [local-path] Download file
lls [ls-options [path]] Display local directory listing
ln oldpath newpath Symlink remote file
lmkdir path Create local directory
lpwd Print local working directory
ls [path] Display remote directory listing
lumask umask Set local umask to 'umask'
mkdir path Create remote directory
progress Toggle display of progress meter
put local-path [remote-path] Upload file
pwd Display remote working directory
exit Quit sftp
quit Quit sftp
rename oldpath newpath Rename remote file
rmdir path Remove remote directory
rm path Delete remote file
symlink oldpath newpath Symlink remote file
version Show SFTP version
!command Execute 'command' in local shell
! Escape to local shell
? Synonym for help
usage: scp [-1246BCpqrv] [-c cipher] [-F ssh_config] [-i identity_file]
[-l limit] [-o ssh_option] [-P port] [-S program]
[[user@]host1:]file1 [...] [[user@]host2:]file2
use what works; use what you know
i prefer sftp because I am more familiar with ftp than i am with rcp
(which scp is based on)
$ ssh remote ls /home/andrew/path/to/file
$ scp -r dir2 remote:/home/andrew/path/to/file
Andrew DeFaria <http://defaria.com>
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