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Date:      Sun, 08 Jul 2007 23:15:27 -0700
From:      Garrett Cooper <youshi10@u.washington.edu>
To:        Gary Kline <kline@tao.thought.org>
Cc:        Tim Daneliuk <tundra@tundraware.com>, FreeBSD Mailing List <freebsd-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: severely OT; re PUTTY  [ssh]
Message-ID:  <4691D27F.8010901@u.washington.edu>
In-Reply-To: <20070709061205.GB29775@thought.org>
References:  <20070709004641.GA28114@thought.org>	<20070709151811.75677f9d@localhost>	<4691CB4E.5010606@tundraware.com> <20070709061205.GB29775@thought.org>

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Gary Kline wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 09, 2007 at 12:44:46AM -0500, Tim Daneliuk wrote:
>   
>> On Sun, 8 Jul 2007 17:46:41 -0700
>> Gary Kline <kline@tao.thought.org> wrote:
>>     
>>>> 	I was able to find, ldown load and instal the DOS/Windows ssh
>>>> 	utility, but am having trouble scp'ing stuff between my BSD side
>>>> 	and my W2K server.  Anybody know what file I have to modify to
>>>> 	get permission on the windows computer?
>>>>         
>> OK - there are two scenarios:
>>
>> 1) Running the command from a Windows command shell to/from BSD
>>   (really pscp, right? - that's what comes with putty):
>>
>>      pscp user@host:sourcefile localfile   - Copies file from BSD to Windows
>>      pscp localfile user@host:destfile     - Copies local file to BSD
>>
>>   This should work out of the box assuming there are no authentication
>>   or firewall problems in the way.  If you're running WinXP/Vista
>>   you may have to open the Windows firewall to permit this.  You
>>   can see what's going on by having pscp be "verbose" by sticking
>>   a -v flag into the command:
>>
>>     
>
>
> 	[[ Dunno   why, but I'm saving your entire file:) ---Maybe they've
> 	got DOS/Win in HELL for us Unix types.]]
>
> 	Since I've ready got putty on the PC, can I type::
>
> 	pscp  kline@10.0.0.250:/tmp/kf141.exe C:\kf141.exe
>
> 	??
>
> 	(Do I have to put the 10.250 IP in brackets, IOW?)
>
> 	tia,
> --
> ~/.sig, etc, etc.
>
>   

    No, that should be correct. If that doesn't work, there's always 
Cygwin.. at least that's a semi-natural version of Unix :).
-Garrett



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