WinSCP for Ubuntu?
Mauro Risonho de Paula Assumpção
mauro.risonho at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 20:12:13 UTC 2011
2011/8/23 sam tygier <samtygier at yahoo.co.uk>
> On 23/08/11 10:46, Donkey Hottie wrote:
>> I found PuTTY, which was great. I can use my Putty keys to open a
>> connection in Linux too now.
>> But how about WinSCP? I need SFTP client which can use PuTTY key files
>> for authentication. I tried FileZilla, but apparently it can't do it. It
>> just asks for a password, not possibility for SSH private key.
>> Is there such SFTP app for me?
> nautilus does sftp/ssh. do File->Connect to server.
> if you have keys set up (search for ssh keys to find documentation) then it
> just works. otherwise it can remember password in the gnome keyring.
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