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Linux Mastering Development Ubuntu

Nautilus shortcut for “Open in Terminal” and gvfs

I am trying to assign a shortcut to "Open in Terminal" in Nautilus. I have implemented the solution here with nautilus-scripts and the Perl file. While this solution works well for local files and desktop, it fails for gvfs mounted shares, like Samba, FTP, FTPS, SFTP, WebDav, etc. To add to the misery, under the […]

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Linux Mastering Development Ubuntu

Nautilus shortcut for “Open in Terminal” and gvfs

I am trying to assign a shortcut to "Open in Terminal" in Nautilus. I have implemented the solution here with nautilus-scripts and the Perl file. While this solution works well for local files and desktop, it fails for gvfs mounted shares, like Samba, FTP, FTPS, SFTP, WebDav, etc. To add to the misery, under the […]

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Apple User Help

Freeware includes ssh terminal and file transfer support for Mac OS? [closed]

I am looking for a freeware (like Bitvise SSH Client on Windows) that keeps track of servers/connections via a GUI and support some features: SSH terminal. File transfer (FTP, SFTP, SCP …). Port forwarding . In the absence of any freeware that meets the features in section 1. I will choose the most suitable software […]

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Mastering Development

Connect FTP server with pysftp

I have flowing code to download from 4 different ftp server, It works on my local machine but on server ftp4 not connecting. it is vierd that I can connect to ftp 4 with Filezila without any problem on server here is the code: HOST_LIST = [[“10.10.10.01”, “user”, “pasword”], #ftp1 [“10.10.10.02”, “user”, “pasword”], #ftp2 [“10.10.10.03”, […]

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Development System & Network

How do I hibernate an Ubuntu server when network is not in use for three hours?

I only really use the server a few hours a day a few days a week. It is a backup server, it requests the backup data from the clients. That part is taken care of, it wakes via a scheduled magic packet and does its thing. That is all good. I can wake it up […]

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Development User Help

Type of LAN and WAN connections

Have been reading about http(s), ftp, sftp, ssh,… And am a bit confused regarding the particular usage respect to wan/lan. Is there any classification of the most common ways to transfer/access data between devices on LAN and WAN? Comparing them would be a good starting point to understand them.

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Development Linux

netcat with ssh

every time that I’ll send a thing from computer A to computer B with nc, I to use these commands, Computer A tar cfp – film.mp4 | nc -w 3 192.168.xxx.xx 1234 Computer B nc -l -p 1234 | tar xvfp – My question, I have openssh, how can send mine videos, file, directories,.. with […]