[email protected]/folder# scp goat.txt /home/user
(no error but no file there)
[email protected]/folder# scp goat.txt /home/user/Desktop/
cp: failed to access '/home/user/Desktop/ Not a directory
[email protected]/folder# scp goat.txt /home/user/Downloads/
cp: failed to access...
I realized the issue was once you add the dot to the find command, it only does that directory and not the sub directories!
Once I narrowed it down, the file showed up with the commands you suggested.
Is there a way to get the subs too?
*marked this as solved now
I'm back with another noob question that has become a struggle. I appreciate all the help guys, I'm sorry in advance
so I'm looking to download a .txt file from my VPS to the local PC. (both local PC & VPS are Debian)
I can't use wget or curl because those are for external websites right? So...
I did a search by .bak using the command osprey gave and it's still not showing up!
Also wouldn't a search by the name have it show up, even if it has a .key in the end?
In other words, if I do:
find . goat
it would return a file named "goat.key.bak" right?
So I was following a guide and the guy did a move command without a destination. I thought it made like a copy or something. But it had brackets at the end like this:
now I can't find the file. even if I search by file extension like:
find . *.key
is the file...
ok I figured it out. the issue was that I was SSH into a root user folder. so have to "cd .." to get to the REAL home folder
so if you do SSH [email protected] then this takes you to a folder as though root was a user
Hey thanks so much for the information. I am impressed by the knowledge on this forum.
I have been searching for a guide now online on how to install a linux .iso without using the VPS vendor's tools/GUI at all. But each guide keeps going back to that. Is it possible to do this entirely from...
I'm interested in engaging in controversial free speech. I am well aware that a VPS provider can literally pull the plug and shut my VPS down. And there's nothing I can do about that. However, what is more concerning is my VPS provider said they can change the root password. Which would mean...