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Kaneda

Member
Joined
Dec 2, 2001
how do i upload something to a ftp server with SSH (or telnet)? i just need the command(s)
im semi new to linux, but its not rocket science.

any help appreciated
thanks,
Drew
 

XWRed1

Senior Member
Joined
Oct 31, 2001
SSH doesn't do ftps as far as I know, and ftp via telnet would be more trouble than its worth.

Can you connect to servers with `ftp`? Uploading files then is as simple as:
binary
put <filename>
 

dustin

New Member
Joined
Nov 3, 2002
Most ssh packages come with sftp.. other than that you'd have to use just your plain old ftp command
 

XWRed1

Senior Member
Joined
Oct 31, 2001
I didn't think sftp was a plain old ftp client, I thought it was some sort of ssh-encrypted ftp. I just use scp myself.