sshd and ftpd
steven at too1337.com
Sat Apr 25 02:44:55 UTC 2009
Preston Kutzner wrote:
> There's nothing you need to load. Sftp functionality is in-built in
> sshd. I would suggest uninstalling ftpd, however, since you don't
> need it. All you need to do to use sftp is use the sftp client on the
> machine you want to connect from as follows:
> sshd username at hostname
> You'll be logged into the remote host and the sftp client will work as
> you would expect a regular ftp client to work.
It's even easier. In Gnome Ubuntu you can go to Places> Connect to
Server and choose SSH, it will mount the remote system on the desktop.
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