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How do I upload a file to a Unix server that I have an SSH connection with? I am on Windows XP and am trying to transfer a cpp file so I don't have to write it again using Pico (ugg). I'm using PuTTY to connect if that helps.
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I've never used SSH

But I've always been interested in learning how
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WinSCP?

SSH doesn't allow you to upload files.
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use either sftp or scp

With sftp you can move around on the other comp and upload/download multiple files. scp is for a single transaction

**EDIT**
oops - just saw you're on windows. Putty should have a way to open an sftp prompt tho
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Originally Posted by rabidgnome229 View Post
use either sftp or scp

With sftp you can move around on the other comp and upload/download multiple files. scp is for a single transaction
Yup, use secure copy (scp) .. example:

scp /home/mystuff/foo.tar user@192.168.0.1:/home/backup

It will prompt you a password on the target, you enter it, and the files will transfer... it will show you a nice progress bar as well.

For security purposes, on some systems you cannot scp/ssh as root, also check your write permissions on the target directory.
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WinSCP?

SSH doesn't allow you to upload files.
SSH does allow file transfers, but I don't think putty supports it
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