scp server on Zeroshell

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  • #41179

    fnmunhoz
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    I am trying use scp to transfer files from Zeroshell to another system but it don’t work.

    I think it happens because the default login is the zeroshell’s console menu.

    Is possible change this configuration to use scp like others systems?

    Thanks

    #46891

    imported_fulvio
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    You could set the bash as default shell for the user root in the file /etc/passwd.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #46892

    mmiller
    Member

    I see a reason to run ssh on the Zeroshell box. I really don’t see a reason to run the ssh subsystem sftp-server. You should only have to use the sftp client to move files to and from your zeroshell box.

    #46893

    fnmunhoz
    Member

    I want use scp to make backups of /Database directory using backuppc software.

    http://backuppc.sourceforge.net/

    #46894

    mmiller
    Member

    I understand the need for backing up the /Database directory. I see the software you are wanting to use works with Samba, SSH, RSH, NFS and rsync. Rsync would be a better choice because it will only copy data that is changed and or new. Why backup the same data day after day if nothing has changed. or Why transfer the files that have not changed. Rsync can also transfer files via a rsync stream. I would be more supportive of rsync due to the features it provides.

    #46895

    fnmunhoz
    Member

    Fulvio, are you planning to include rsync in next release of Zeroshell, it will be a very nice feature to make backups, I think.

    Thanks!

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