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    How do I transfer files in SuSe, server to server


    How do I transfer files from one SuSe Linux server to another?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbradley View Post
    How do I transfer files from one SuSe Linux server to another?
    FTP, Pendrive, Megaupload, Rapidshare, email, Infrared, bluetooth hmmmm ....5,25 floppy disc

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    Welcome to the forums!
    Quote Originally Posted by dbradley
    How do I transfer files from one SuSe Linux server to another?
    It depends on the scenario what the best option is:
    nfs, sshfs, samba, scp, ftp, sftp, http, nc...
    Can't tell an OS by it's GUI

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    Use SCP.

    scp (port) (file to transfer) (user)@(serverIP)to what directory)

    Code:
    scp -P 22 /home/user/file.tar.gz user@x.x.x.x:/remote/directory/

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    For only changed/different files: rsync

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