Ssh was recently installed on one of our remote
servers. I have no problem connecting to that remote
server as user x using ssh.
However, I cannot scp to the remote server. I get a
funny little message saying that scp cannot be found
. scp is available on both machines (although they
have different paths).
Do I need to start another daemon to enable scp or
restart ssh with an scp enabling switch?
[mike at mikix /root]# scp test.pl
jim at www.mydomain.com:/home/jim
jim at www.mydomain.com's password:
bash: scp: command not found
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