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Re: being an idiot, transferring files 'tween PC and remote server via cygwin

I think right list for this is

u may also try "scp" (Secure copy)
More on Secure Shell -

--- wrote:
> OK, so I'm an idiot, and I've looked everywhere and tried contacting my IT 
> guys at school numerous times, but to no avail. Here's the deal: I connect to 
> the unix server at school using cygwin Xfree86 (the preferred method acc'd to 
> the IT other option in Exceed). It works great as far as driging 
> down to the server I need, getting to my app and files, etc. What I'm having 
> trouble with, however, is transferring files. Do I need to mount my PC's c: 
> drive somehow so that the unix server recognizes it? Or mount the school's 
> server to my PC? I'm sorry to be so stupid, but I am NOT a technoweenie (my 
> doctoral research is in Dance Writing and AI descriptions of motion). I'm 
> lost. Please help.I tried ftp, but I'm having connection probs(not your 
> problem...just letting you know I tried and if this SHOULD work please let me 
> know and I'll get back on it (using Winftp pro). thanks ever for any advice 
> (other than telling me I'm stupid which I already know).
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