Search:

Type: Posts; User: HermanAB; Keyword(s):

Search: Search took 0.07 seconds.

  1. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    Well, it would help if you say which one of the three commands says permission denied.

    We cannot see your screen.
  2. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    See whether you can log into the machine itself:
    $ ssh username@localhost

    If that works, find the IP address:
    $ ip addr show

    Then try to log in from the other machine:
    $ ssh...
  3. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    Well, the least hassle method, is to ensure that sshd is running on one or both of the machines and then use scp.
  4. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    Modern ethernet Phi (everything made in this century) will reverse the tx and rx wires and allow two computers to connect when using a 1:1 cable. A cross-over cable is not needed.
  5. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    You need to enable sshd first.
  6. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    How to restart a service depends on your version of Ubuntu - whether you use Poetering's folly or not.

    If you kill a service, the computer configuration is not changed, so it will run again on the...
  7. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    If you kill NetworkManager, then you got to restart it again later with:
    $ sudo systemctl restart networking.service

    Once connected, you can start the sshd service or a FTP server or whatever you...
  8. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    OK, I can try to explain it:

    First, you need a cable and you need to disable NetworkDamager, since it will automatically bugger things up for you
    On A and B:
    $ sudo killall NetworkManager
    $...
Results 1 to 8 of 8