wifi wEirdneSs hardy heron on everex cloudbook

NoOp glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jun 3 01:57:38 UTC 2009

On 06/02/2009 06:41 PM, Tony Baldwin wrote:
> Karl F. Larsen wrote:

>>     Good luck! You need the Internet to CARRY your sftp from one 
>> computer to the other. By the way I have the ssh demon running on all my 
>> computers so I can ssh TO the computer or sftp a file or two off the 
>> computer. If your miles apart sftp is much safer than ftp which even I 
>> know how to read :-)
>> 73 Karl
> I use sshfs to mount my /home from my main box to move files to/from my 
> laptops.
> I use plain vanilla ftp to load files to my webhosting accounts, since I 
> don't have shell access and can't use ssh or scp, etc.
> be well,
> tony

You can easily use sftp from the 'Places|Connect to Server|Service Type
= SSH|Server = IP address|Connect. That will mount the remote (providing
of course that you have ssh on both systems) in both a Nautilus window
and as a mount icon on your desktop.

More information about the ubuntu-users mailing list