Simple file sharing between FC2 and Mac OS X?
D. D. Brierton
darren at dzr-web.com
Fri Sep 17 00:25:53 UTC 2004
On Thu, 2004-09-16 at 15:48, David L Norris wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-09-16 at 00:10 +0100, D. D. Brierton wrote:
> > Thanks for the suggestions. I'll look into setting up those. I was
> > wondering whether there might be an even simpler solution -- mounting an
> > external drive via ssh for example (sshd is running on both machines,
> > and wouldn't require any additional setup at all).
> SSH should work great but you'd need a real user account on her machine.
> In Nautilus, don't use ssh:// as it won't prompt for a password and
> you'll be left with cryptic error messages. I use Nautilus with SFTP to
> transfer files to/from my laptop, web server, etc.
Ah, now that really is interesting. One of the things that I've been
confused about is whether sftp needs to connect to a machine that has an
ftp server running on it, or whether all that needs to be running on the
machine you're connecting to is sshd.
> Open "Computer" on your GNOME desktop then open "File" menu -> "Connect
> to Server" item. Now you can enter a "Location" like
> sftp://firstname.lastname@example.org and give it a descriptive "Link Name."
Excellent. I've used this method to connect to other machines before,
but the machines in question always had *both* an ftp server and an ssh
server running on them. I know sftp is part of ssh, but I've never been
clear on whether all it requires at the other end is an ssh server, an
ftp server, or both.
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