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help:general_linux:windows [2019/05/21 19:52]
jebailie [Logging in using SSH]
help:general_linux:windows [2019/05/24 07:55]
jebailie [Copying files between computers]
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   - Open up PuTTY   - Open up PuTTY
   - Type in the host name as "​mote.cs.vassar.edu"​. Make sure you are connecting using SSH, not telnet or other protocols.   - Type in the host name as "​mote.cs.vassar.edu"​. Make sure you are connecting using SSH, not telnet or other protocols.
-  - Change the port to **443**+  - Change the port to 443
   - Select '​Open'​   - Select '​Open'​
   - Enter 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.   - Enter 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.
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   - Run the WinSCP executable you downloaded earlier.   - Run the WinSCP executable you downloaded earlier.
-  - Enter the hostname, "​mote.cs.vassar.edu",​ your user name, and password. ​The default ​port number ​(22) is correct.+  - Enter the hostname, "​mote.cs.vassar.edu",​ your user name, and password. ​Change the port number ​to 443.
   - The first time connecting, you will recieve a message that "The server'​s host key is not cached in the registry"​ or similar. Click on "​Yes"​ to have the software remember this host.   - The first time connecting, you will recieve a message that "The server'​s host key is not cached in the registry"​ or similar. Click on "​Yes"​ to have the software remember this host.
   - You will be presented with a window with two main panels which both display files. The files on the left are on your local computer and the files on the left are in your CS account. Drag a file between the panes to copy it.   - You will be presented with a window with two main panels which both display files. The files on the left are on your local computer and the files on the left are in your CS account. Drag a file between the panes to copy it.