If we're going to share random KDE delights: try opening a
recent version of Konsole, ssh hopping a few machines away,
and typing "sz somefile.txt" (assuming lrzsz is installed on the
remote machine, even today it usually is).
Kicks off a ZModem (yes, ZModem! Remember that? No? Damn kids)
transfer of the file to the machine the Konsole terminal emulator is
running on. (And right there on the Edit menu is "ZModem upload"
for the inverse operation - just remember to type "rz filename" before
Actually, there is a "zssh" ssh wrapper that can do this trick on
the command line too without involving KDE, but you have to
remember to use it instead of ssh for the first hop.
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