Debian :: Transfer Files Over Network?

Jan 15, 2011

I have 2 debian computers set up, and would like to transfer files from one to the other. I hooked up a cable to each of them, but how do I transfer files?

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OpenSUSE Network :: Transfer Some Big Files From One Machine To Another?

Jun 21, 2011

i'm a very long time opensuse user (from suse 9.0)

i have two opensuse machine in the university network, both running 11.4,

i want to transfer some big files from one machine to another,

my firsy instinct was to install giver on both machine, but nothing shows up on both machine?

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General :: Transfer Files From Windows Over The Network?

Jul 27, 2011

I have a Windows machine and a Linux machine both hooked up to the router via Ethernet cables. What is the easiest way for me to transfer files from the Windows machine to the Linux one?

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General :: Transfer Files From One Pc To Another Using A Network Cable

Apr 24, 2011

I was wondering if there's a way to transfer files from one pc to another using a network cable or something

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OpenSUSE Network :: Wired Router - Transfer Files Between Local Computers

Jun 4, 2011

Should I be able to transfer files between computers wired to the same router? Is the router bridging function used to transfer data between wired computers? I just got DSL and I'm new to networking. I have openSuse 11.4 on two computers plugged into a Belkin router. The internet connection to my ISP works from either computer. If I ping $HOSTNAME from either computer, the hostnames are different, but the IP address is the same which is that of my ISP. I only have the one router, but it has a bridging option. I don't know if it can do both bridging and routing simultaneously.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Network Install From ISO - Cannot Transfer Files With Apache HTTP

Feb 24, 2010

I have tftpd-hpa and dhcp3-server up and running. I just want to install server edition via network, from the host machine (my laptop, running ubuntu 9.10) with an ISO file (ubuntu 8.04 32-bit server edition). I managed to boot the client machine with pxe-netboot technique, but instead downloading all the files from internet, I need to do this process directly from ISO. To transfer ISO from host to client, I also installed Apache. I unpacked ISO file into /var/lib/tftpboot/server/. I created a link to the Apache root: /var/www

ubuntu@ubuntu:/var/www$ ls
returns => index.html server
server folder is the place where I unpacked the ISO.

My dhcp3-server has this setup and it works well with netboot, but I don't know how to add Apache to the formula to transfer the iso file from host to client. Firewall is disabled. This is my edited /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf file.

host pxeinstall {
hardware ethernet 00:06:29:DE:E3:CD;
fixed-address; (client IP)
next-server; (host IP)
filename "/server/install/netboot/pxelinux.0"; (relative to tftpboot)
} subnet netmask {
option routers; }

When I pxe-boot the client, the process comes to a halt when tftp server is trying to access to pxelinux.0 file. I got thls error:
PXE-T00: Permission denied
PXE-E36: Error received from TFTP server
I have no experience with Apache... so I think there is a problem with my IP addresses.. Do I need to use instead of (my routers IP)?

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Debian :: SSH - Can't Transfer Files In One Of The Directions

Jun 26, 2011

I have a laptop connected to the internet through wifi, and a desktop connected directly to the router. I can trasnfer files of any size, with scp, from the desktop to the laptop; on the other hand, I can transfer small files (a 4,0K file, for example), but not files with some tens of megabytes, from the laptop to the desktop.

When I try to transfer a big file, the transmission starts at normal speed (around 2 mb/s), and then it slows down, and the message "stalled" appears where the remaining time was.

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Debian :: Files Transfer To Virtualbox

Dec 10, 2015

I am trying to transfer a files from my linux to my windows 7 virtualbox but how to do it. I installed samba as a server and bridged the virtual machine to my physical LAN but i just don't know how the real transfer is achieved...

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Debian Multimedia :: Can't Transfer Files From KDE To Android 5 Via USB

Aug 26, 2015

I have a new smartphone with Cyanogenmod 12 (based on Android 5) and a new ext SD card in the phone which has been formatted. I turned on "USB debugging" in Android and connected the phone to Debian KDE with a USB cable. The phone shows up and mounts, and I can browse the files in Dolphin and copy from the phone to the desktop, but I can't copy from desktop to phone or modify the contents, even on the ext SD card. In Dolphin I always get the same error message, "writing to camera is not supported", even though I mounted the device as MTP* (not PTP) and even though I'm trying to write to the ext SD card which is not even where the phone camera stores things.

I chose to mount as MTP within Android. I don't know if I also need choose an MTP option within KDE somehow, or how to do that.

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Debian Configuration :: Transfer Large Files Between Windows ?

Jul 17, 2011

I would like to transfer my music library and movie collection from my Desktop computer running Windows Vista and my laptop running Debian Squeeze. I have the laptop connected via wireless but it's possible to connect the two either directly with a CAT5e cable or through the router. I'm just wondering what the best way to do this would be.

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Debian Installation :: Can't Transfer Files From CD - USB Live Install Error

Jan 18, 2015

I am trying to install Debian over Kali since in order to use steam, newest version of wine and a few other things causes a change reaction that would require about two-thirds of my main os re-written with non kali files which makes me a little uneasy.

I have downloaded the debian-live-7.8.0-i386-gnome-desktop.iso from torrent from the link from debian download listings at and I put it on a 8gb flash drive formated with gparted to a bootable fat32 partition and is listed as being /dev/sdc I installed the iso to the drive uss dd using the following code

Code: Select allsudo dd if=debian-live-7.8.0-i386-gnome-desktop.iso of=/dev/sdc bs=4M; sync

now it boots to the flash drive just fine with only the gnome3 drivers loaded by the live os isn't fully functional with my system. Ie. when I log into any of the live modes it gives me a message that it was switched to gnome3 [fallback] I am using the current version of gnome3 desktop manager installed from source on kali with out any trouble.

Also when I click the graphical installer or the installer modes from the grub i get a background image with some sort of artifiacts in the top inchish of the screen then everything but the mouse freezes. But when I go into one of the live modes and click the installer in their it opens just fine but when it starts transferring files it says that it couldn't transfer files from the cd after all the language and localization screens at the beginning.

I did find a misc page on the internet involving a cruchbang with the same problem [URL] I went to the folder in the usb drive in question and it looks like since that was originally post something has changed or it could have been a crunchbang format.

So basically I am asking did I do a step wrong should I try a different way of instillation, or do I have a corrupted image? also I am unable to use disk media due to the type of drives and disks I have access to.

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Debian Installation :: Transfer Files From Squeeze Platform To Windows?

Mar 8, 2011

Last month I installed (not upgrade) squeeze in place of lenny on my dual boot laptop where the other OS is windows 7 Home basic (both C and D drives). I just noticed it today that while I can get any file from the windows to my squeeze I am not permitted to put any file to windows. As far as I remember I was not asked during squeeze installation whether the windows drives would be read-only drives. This difficulty was not faced when I had lenny. Can this problem be remedied now without going through a re-installation?

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Networking :: Transfer Files From A Machine To A Windows Machine Which Are Not In The Same Network?

Jul 6, 2010

I had run one script in unix machine and want to copy the results to a windows machineBoth the machines are on different networksIn linux machine trying to do the ftp to the windows machine its giving connection refused. How to chech whether ftp is running on that linux machine or not?Also tried scp and ssh , both are failing

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General :: RSYNC Error .tar.gz 14gb File / Transfer Huge 14 Gb File Over Network,vpn,wan Transfer?

Mar 10, 2010

i am trying to transfer a file from my live linux machine to remote linux machine it is a mail server and single .tar.gz file include all data. but during transfer it stop working. how can i work and trouble shooot the matter. is there any better way then this to transfer huge 14 gb file over network,vpn,wan transfer. the speed is 1mbps,rest of the file it copy it.

rsync -avz --stats bkup_1.tar.gz root@

[root@sa1 logs_os_backup]# less remote.log
Wed Mar 10 09:12:01 AST 2010
building file list ... done
deflate on token returned 0 (87164 bytes left)
rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at token.c(274)
building file list ... done

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Debian :: File Transfer Will Be Constant As The Minecraft Server Will Constantly Updates Files On The Web Server

Aug 27, 2011

I have 2 computers on the same network that i need to link together to transfer files 1 is a web server the other is a minecraft server. the problem is that the file transfer will be constant as the minecraft server will constantly updates files on the web server and I dont want it to go to the router then to come back to the web server. I want to add a second network card to each computer and link them together and use this second connection to transfer the files is it possible?

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Fedora :: How To Transfer Files

Mar 13, 2010

im running fedora 12 and am relatively new to linux..i have been unsuccessful researching this issue.a complex task for an otherwise simple question.perhaps the phrase is not native to linux but the operation is to transfer filesr move files from one location to another.on windows there was a tweek i found that added an option to the context menu "move to".it would physically move the file.any file to any location.fedora has "send to" but leaves the original and may not be the correct method.fedora also has copy/paste but does that duplicate or merely produce a copy?i want to transfer or move video files both small and large and audio files as well.i want to move them from one hd to another.code is possible but would prefer a more manual solution such as an application or context menu option.perhaps copy/paste would be legit enough for linux and i can see why.but for windows copy/paste and "send to" were considered sub standard methods of file transfer.

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General :: Use Scp To Transfer Files From WAN To LAN?

Sep 21, 2011

I have machine A with a public IP address (addr_a), machine B within a LAN of private IP address(addr_b), the router of the LAN has a public IP address (addr_r).If I log into machine A by ssh from machine B, how can I use the command scp to copy files from machine A to machine B?

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Ubuntu :: How To Transfer Files

Feb 27, 2010

How do I transfer my files from Windows Xp to Ubuntu??

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Networking :: Transfer Files To My Pc?

Feb 13, 2011

I need to transfer some a large amount of file from my Linux lap-top to my desktop Windows machine. Can I connect the two computers through a simple crossover cable and simply navigate into the Windows machine and move to files manually or if not, what's the best way to do this? I don't want to burn a bunch of disks.

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Fedora Networking :: Transfer Files Through Ftp?

Jul 21, 2010

I want to transfer files through ftp on my fedora 13 system. when I type ftp in terminal, it shows an error message "command not found" why?

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General :: Transfer Files Over A LAN Between Two Computers?

Aug 22, 2011

I want to transfer files (a music folder) between two Linux computers. After searching for the best way to do this, I've seen that there are lots of ways of doing this. I know this has been asked a lot, everywhere and all the time. The main problem with this is that there is no clear, recent consensus on one best way to do this task in 2011 for Linux beginners (even depending on some parameters).

So in the spirit of the Stack Exchange websites, I want this not to be related to my particular situation, but more of a guide to others as well on how to transfer files between two Linux computers over a local network. I think a wiki would be useful for many.

Here's what I found so far:


What is the easiest? Most flexible? Simplest? Best solution? What are the pros and cons of each? Are there other (better) options? What are the parameters in choosing the best method (solution might depend on number of files, filesize, easiness vs. flexibility, )?

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General :: Transfer A Zip File That Contains .txt Files Using Ftp Put?

Sep 13, 2011

I am transferring a file from a linux pc going to a windows ftp server using "ftp put". My file is a zip file that includes .txt files inside it. Here is what's happening when I transferred this file :I used ftp put for transferring and found that my transferred zip file was corrupted and couldn't be opened on the ftp server.I found the solution for this on the internet. I needed to use 'binary' to make it right.

I transferred again using binary and then ftp put the zip file onto the other end. Yes, it worked. My zip file wasn't corrupted anymore and I could already opened it on the ftp server. But the problem remains on the .txt files inside it. Converting the file into binary made my .txt files to be distorted and unreadable. I read from the internet that .txt files need to use Ascii instead of Binary to be readable, but if I use ascii it would cause my zip file to be corrupted again. I need to successfully transfer a zip file that contains .txt files using ftp put.

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Ubuntu :: Option To Transfer The Files?

May 27, 2010

i installed it correctly and then it loaded,, GREAT, but then i was looking through all different options on the first screen, i was looking through the different features and i looked at my documents. there was nothing there i booted up vista and found the folders, so i was wondering if there was a way to transfer the files.

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Ubuntu :: Using FTP Or Telnet To Transfer Files?

Jul 30, 2010

i have taken a basic networking class that involved both XP and fedora. I was recommended to use ubuntu though because it's easier to use anyways i have a world of warcraft folder on a windows vista running computer and was wondering how i could use either telnet or FTP to get that ~20GB folder over to my linux desktop.I installed 10.04 and have installed WINE (which i'm still trying to figure out how to work).

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Ubuntu :: Transfer Music Files To DVD?

Aug 10, 2010

I plan on getting a newer/larger hard drive.

My music file is about 10gb, all lossless,cd quality

The dvd`s I have are memorex 4.7gb 16x

Can I Just drag each file over to cd-dvd creator and burn it, or do I have to open each file first?

I read that transferring music can cause a loss of quality. Is this true?

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Ubuntu :: Transfer Files To The IPhone In (9.04) Without Using Ssh?

Sep 2, 2010

Is there a way to transfer files to the iPhone in ubuntu (9.04) without using ssh or running Windows in a VM?

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Ubuntu :: Transfer Files From Windows To Same Pc?

Nov 22, 2010

I need to re-install windows on the windows side of my pc (my HDD is partitioned), and was wondering if there's any way to back up my pics and iTunes library by placing them on the Ubuntu side of my PC?

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Ubuntu :: Transfer Files Between Xp - Installed On Same Pc ?

Dec 24, 2010

With transfering files and folders across from windows xp to lovely ubuntu 10.10 without the need for any usb sticks or anything. I installed Linux via the installer which is found in the ISO image whilst still in windows.

I used Winzip to open the ISO image and found the installer for installing whilst in windows xp so it installed it on the same partition as xp.

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SUSE :: How To Transfer Files Between Server

Apr 29, 2010

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

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Ubuntu :: Transfer Files Over The Internet?

Jan 1, 2010

He's got these files for linux, like installations, and some themes, and stuff like that, but it's not like windows, idk how to transfer files. On AIM on windows i can just transfer files, but i cant do it the same way with Ubuntu.

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