[plug] File Transfer from remote location
billk at iinet.net.au
Sat Oct 5 00:28:07 UTC 2013
I have had file corruption using sshfs when network glitches occur. But is been awhile so it may be better now.
Lucas van staden <lucas at vanstaden.com.au> wrote:
>There is also sshfs, which will allow you to mount the remote machine
>filesystem over ssh.
>On 05/10/2013 7:27 AM, "William Kenworthy" <billk at iinet.net.au> wrote:
>> On 04/10/13 22:23, Craig wrote:
>> > Iam using Ubuntu 12.04LTS Desktop.
>> > What I would like to do is be able to access files from the home
>> > computer from a remote location, I have used VNC with great
>> > VNC is not able to send files.
>> > From a remote location I would like to access the home computer to
>> > able transfer files and edit.
>> > The remote PC would be using Ubuntu 12.04lts as well has the home
>> > I believe they use the term file transfer.
>> > Also I have had success with PC to PC transfer of files using the
>> > for home use but no success in operating from a remote location
>> > the home.
>> > Any help well appreciated.
>> > Thanks Craig
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>> If you are not concerned with ultimate privacy dropbox works very
>> for the description of what you want to do. I am currently doing
>> for a group in Singapore to place files on a machine here in Perth,
>> get processed and dropbox syncs the results for them to retrieve.
>> For work/home Unison is excellent (I am currently managing ~16G
>> machines that way) - any of the rsync based systems are good because
>> the bandwidth saving.
>> For a private dropbox I am testing csync2/lsyncd which is looking
>> having the potential to replace unison for my use case.
>> Lastly, what is wrong with opening a terminal in vnc and doing an
>> if its only a single/few files? - depending on firewall settings this
>> could be done either way.
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