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Remote control of different machines
My problem now, is:
How could I control different machines from my computer?. I wish attach files from a machine to other machine, and I want use my pc like bridge.
My intention is do it with a script where I use the smb command.
Thanks in advance
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
But you can't really "control" them with Samba.. if they are on Linux then I'd suggest SSH.serzsite.com.ar
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- Mar 2005
You can also remote-control in graphical mode with tightvnc. Works on At least windows and linux, and yes... It works
04-25-2005 #4Originally Posted by serz
The usage of scp is the same as the cp command eg:
cp source destination
or u could just mount a samba or nfs share and copy it direct. The advantage of mounting nfs/samba is that u wont need to input a password to copy, though, you could probably setup scp to use key authentication rather than input auth."I am not an alcoholic, alcoholics go to meetings"
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