[TriLUG] GUI for OpenSSH and sftp?
David A. Cafaro
dac at trilug.org
Thu Jun 2 21:08:43 EDT 2005
If you want a GUI interface to SSH, try using gFTP. At the far right
next to the place you enter password is a drop down box which will let
you choose SSH2 for ssh connections.
On Thu, 2005-06-02 at 19:43, Tomm Lorenzin wrote:
> I have been trying to find out how to transfer files securely between my
> home FC3 systems and my Apache web server. Using Windoze XPee, I currently
> use the SSH Secure File Transfer client which has a nifty file-mangler-like
> GUI. I would like to be able to do the same on my FC3 boxes, but I cannot
> discover (so far) how to do this, even tho there is every indication that
> the latest version of OSSH is present on both systems via up2date.
> I have managed to enter a few commands in a terminal window
> I entered (at a superuser terminal window)
> ssh -l <username> <server.name>
> ...according to instructions found at:
> ...and after a few interesting msgs about authentication and fingerprints
> (???) and having to type "yes" ("y" was NOT an option), I was rewarded with
> a prompt for my pw. I entered that successfully and am now at a -bash-2.05b$
> prompt, which is just SO f***ing illuminating that I must be being blinded
> by the light!!!
> Am I to divine that I am at a TELNET prompt (?) and can sftp or something
> like it from here?
> Doesn't openssh for linux have a KDE or Gnome GUI interface that I can use
> like I am used-to on the M$ boxes?
> <oh, Please -- oh, please -- oh, please -- oh, please!>
> Tomm "twisted pair" Lorenzin
> I'm schizo...
> ...and I'm both crazy.
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