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help:general_linux:filecopy [2019/05/21 19:56]
jebailie [Using sftp]
help:general_linux:filecopy [2020/07/04 16:59] (current)
jgordon
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-====== Secure Shell on Mac OS X, Unix, and Linux ======+====== Secure Shell on macOS, Unix, and Linux ======
  
  
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 ===== Installation ===== ===== Installation =====
  
-Any modern Unix-like operating systems should come with secure shell client utilities already installed. This is true for Mac OS X, Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandrake Linux, FreeBSD and many others. If, however, you need a ssh client, you can download one from the openssh website: http://​www.openssh.org.+Any modern Unix-like operating systems should come with secure shell client utilities already installed. This is true for macOS, Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandrake Linux, FreeBSD and many others. If, however, you need a ssh client, you can download one from the openssh website: http://​www.openssh.org.
  
  
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 ===== Logging in using ssh ===== ===== Logging in using ssh =====
  
-  - Open a terminal. In Mac OS X, you can find this in Applications/​Utilities/​Terminal. An xterm or console window will work for other operating systems.+  - Open a terminal. In macOS, you can find this in /Applications/​Utilities/​Terminal. An xterm or console window will work for other operating systems.
   - Type the following to connect, replacing USER with your user name. Your user name is likely the first two letters of your first name and your whole last name, all in lower case:\\ ''​ssh USER@mote.cs.vassar.edu -p 443''​\\ ​ It may take a few seconds to authenticate your connection.   - Type the following to connect, replacing USER with your user name. Your user name is likely the first two letters of your first name and your whole last name, all in lower case:\\ ''​ssh USER@mote.cs.vassar.edu -p 443''​\\ ​ It may take a few seconds to authenticate your connection.
   - If this is the first time connecting to the department, you will be given an error message similar to "The authenticity of host '​mote.cs.vassar.edu'​ (143.229.6.33)'​ can't be established."​ and will be followed by the fingerprint:​ 9f:​98:​d5:​06:​14:​59:​7c:​ce:​75:​4c:​cf:​81:​12:​ab:​fd:​7e. If this value matches, respond yes.   - If this is the first time connecting to the department, you will be given an error message similar to "The authenticity of host '​mote.cs.vassar.edu'​ (143.229.6.33)'​ can't be established."​ and will be followed by the fingerprint:​ 9f:​98:​d5:​06:​14:​59:​7c:​ce:​75:​4c:​cf:​81:​12:​ab:​fd:​7e. If this value matches, respond yes.
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-=== Gui clients for OS X ===+=== GUI clients for macOS ===
  
-If you are using Mac OS X and wish to have a graphical front end for copying files over a network, we suggest using Cyberduck or Fugu.  Cyberduck is available at http://​cyberduck.ch/​ and Fugu is available at http://​rsug.itd.umich.edu/​software/​fugu/​. On running, you'll be asked a few questions. Enter mote.cs.vassar.edu in "​Connect to". Also, enter your user name. You can leave the port and starting directory settings blank, as their defaults, port 22 and your home directory, are apropriate. On logging in, you will see your local files in a pane on the left side of a window, and your account files on the right. Drag a file between the two panes to make a copy.+If you are using macOS and wish to have a graphical front end for copying files over a network, we suggest using Cyberduck or Fugu.  Cyberduck is available at http://​cyberduck.ch/​ and Fugu is available at http://​rsug.itd.umich.edu/​software/​fugu/​. On running, you'll be asked a few questions. Enter mote.cs.vassar.edu in "​Connect to". Also, enter your user name. You can leave the port and starting directory settings blank, as their defaults, port 22 and your home directory, are apropriate. On logging in, you will see your local files in a pane on the left side of a window, and your account files on the right. Drag a file between the two panes to make a copy.
  
  
  
 === Other clients === === Other clients ===
-There are many other graphical front ends that you might be interested in, both for OS X and for Linux including:+There are many other graphical front ends that you might be interested in, both for macOS and for Linux including:
   * [[http://​fetchsoftworks.com/​|Fetch]]   * [[http://​fetchsoftworks.com/​|Fetch]]
   * [[http://​filezilla-project.org/​|FileZilla]]   * [[http://​filezilla-project.org/​|FileZilla]]
   * [[http://​fivedetails.com/​|Flow]]   * [[http://​fivedetails.com/​|Flow]]
   * Nautilus   * Nautilus
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