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  1. #41
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    Re: Ubuntu server for our company?

    I use Hardy on Kubuntu and have static IP.

    I was intending to set up a system(?) so that I can let a handful of friends access
    my computer once in a while when the size of the file is too big for attaching.
    It is obvious that the computer has to be on, round-the-clock, due to difference
    in timezones and availability of good connections.

    Which FTP utility would be proper that is secure enough even if it will have
    non-public usage and the number of users is going to be very limited?

    I have follwed this thread but could not reach to any particular conclusion.
    Thanks for suggestions.
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  2. #42
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    Re: Ubuntu server for our company?

    I use Hardy on Kubuntu and have static IP.

    I was intending to set up a system(?) so that I can let a handful of friends access
    my computer once in a while when the size of the file is too big for attaching.
    It is obvious that the computer has to be on, round-the-clock, due to difference
    in timezones and availability of good connections.

    Which FTP utility would be proper that is secure enough even if it will have
    non-public usage and the number of users is going to be very limited?

    I have followed this thread but could not reach to any particular conclusion.
    Thanks for suggestions.
    GeForce NX7600GT|Asus P5B |Intel Core Duo E6300 1.86 GHz|2 x 512mb RAM DDR2|
    750gb SATA HDD|320gb SATA HDD|2# 160 gb SATA HDD|MSI DVD/Rom+-RW|
    SyncMaster P2450|Dual boot|Lucid & Windows XP Sp2|

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    Re: Ubuntu server for our company?

    I'd not use FTP... I'd rather use SFTP and mysecureshell.

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    Re: Ubuntu server for our company?

    Quote Originally Posted by hyper_ch View Post
    I'd not use FTP... I'd rather use SFTP and mysecureshell.
    Let me see if I can manage it without much ado. I am the only one
    using Linux others are too scared to abandon their old OS. Hope,
    it will not be problematic. Thanks for the prompt reply.
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    Re: Ubuntu server for our company?

    winscp should work fine for them. It's free and easy to use. On your end just install openssh-server and create local users.

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    Re: Ubuntu server for our company?

    winscp is good http://winscp.net/eng/index.php and with Xming http://sourceforge.net/projects/xming you can forward an X session to a windows box... all over ssh > just install that & you're set
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