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

    You need to do this on the client, not the one you upgraded, which is the host (server). As long as the IP address of the host doesn't change, and the host OS doesn't change, after the initial log on...
  2. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    Yes, that would be the simplest thing to do.
  3. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    I think this is the problem:

    If you reinstall the OS (and the SSH-server), the security key sent from the server (host) will be different. What security key? On first connection, the client stores...
  4. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    openssh-server is not installed with the default installation. Install it at least on the remote computer. The installation is all automatic in that it will work without any configuration by you. You...
  5. Re: Is there a step-by-step guide to transfer files between two Linux computers?

    sshd is short for ssh daemon, whicn listens for incoming connections. Have you installed openssh-server on the remote machine? That also installs the daemon, and it would be started at startup, so...
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