christoph.georgi at web.de
Sun May 8 12:38:03 UTC 2005
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No, you don't need a full blown ftp server. rsync over ssh or scp can do
the job for you, too.
Brian Astill wrote:
| On Sun, 8 May 2005 08:39 pm, albi at scii.nl wrote:
|>ftp, lftp, and ncftp are ftp-clients
| I am only trying to link two PCs through a hub on the one local
network, so I
| can transfer files between them. Do I need a full-blown ftp server to
| achieve this?
| A friend called and transferred a file of mine he wanted from my main
| onto his laptop using that hub and ssh. I guess I am puzzled that I
| get my No2 computer to talk with my main computer using that same hub and
|>do you have a /home/ftp dir ?
| Not at this stage.
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