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Setting up your System. Contents Required Software Flip and flop servers at OSU Using WinSCP Using Putty Using ssh, scp from Linux terminal. Required Software. This course requires Linux shell for all the assignments. With MacOS and Linux, the shell is in-built For Windows OS use

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setting up your system
Setting up your System

Contents

  • Required Software
  • Flip and flop servers at OSU
  • Using WinSCP
  • Using Putty
  • Using ssh, scp from Linux terminal
required software
Required Software
  • This course requires Linux shell for all the assignments.
  • With MacOS and Linux, the shell is in-built
  • For Windows OS use
    • WinSCP/Cyberduck: Transfer files via SCP, FTP
    • Putty: Free terminal client
  • Other frequently used software – Cygwin, virtual box, cyberduck (file transfer tool for Mac and Windows).
  • Perl required for assignment 2 only. Instructions to install will be given in the assignment page.
  • SVN Tools for code hosting (Windows users can use Tortoise SVN)
flip and flop servers
Flip and flop servers
  • Flip (flip.engr.oregonstate.edu) – a Linux terminal server at OSU.
    • Accessible from anywhere using a SSH client.
  • Flop (flop.engr.oregonstate.edu) – Linux terminal server at OSU.
    • Accessible from anywhere using a SSH client.
  • Other servers at OSU
    • access.engr.oregonstate.edu (both flip and flop connect to this)
    • Shell.onid.oregonstate.edu
  • All these servers uses your ENGR credentials except for shell.onid.
using winscp
Using WinSCP
  • Free software (only for Windows) for file transfer via SCP, FTP, SFTP.
  • To transfer files to the flip server
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Files can be transferred by drag and drop.
  • Software also features a basic linux terminal which executes the commands in the server.
using ssh from terminal
Using ssh from terminal
using scp
Using scp
  • Scp is to securely copy files from local machine to server directory and vice versa.
  • Usage:

scp path-to-file [email protected]:/path-to-file (for transferring file from local to server)

  • Example:

scp /home/Desktop/file1 [email protected]:~/Files/

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