[Twisted-Python] how to scp with twisted?
mli at deform.com
Fri Sep 8 14:59:01 EDT 2006
I've looked at your code, it's very helpful.
I am not familiar with Twisted,
is it possible for you to show some code of
local -> remote and directory listings ?
I am very interested in directory listings, specially
in a Windows<->linux environment. I want to have something
like FileZilla, but I can program. More specific, the actual
location of files is on linux harddisk, the harddisk is
shared to Windows by Samba, from Windows, I want to know
the local path on linux. For example, X:\a_file.txt on Windows,
I want to get local path on linux, something like /home/a_file.txt.
Thank you very much in advance.
Phil Mayers wrote:
> f rom wrote:
>> hi, can you point me to a sample or whatever on how to
>> implement "scp" secure file copy with twisted for
>> python on windows ?
> The very first hit for "twisted scp" on Google is a post containing code
> I wrote which does a simple copy remote -> local
> The scp "application" is basically:
> 1. ssh in
> 2. authenticate
> 3. open a channel
> 4. run the "scp" app on the channel
> 5. communicate using the rcp protocol to "scp" stdin/stdout via the SSH
> The rcp protocol is undocumented as far as I can tell, and I had to read
> the openssh and putty source codes to get even that far, but if you have
> a dig then implementing the other bits e.g. local -> remote, directory
> listings (for recursive copies) and so on should not be that hard.
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