How to share files linux to linux without samba with kde kubuntu dolphin ssh


You wanna share file from a linux box to another one ? ok

we will use this example

KUBUNTU BOX<==========>DEBIAN BOX (RASPBERRY)

  1. you don’t need of samba
  2. you need of ssh
  3. you need of dolphin😛

first of all check if ssh is installed properly via terminal … for example you can try this command  from  KUBUNTU

(NOTE RASPBERRY HAS THIS LOGIN USER AND PASSWORD

username : pi

password : raspberry )

ssh -X pi@192.xxx.xxx.xxx

problem … you don’t know the ip address of your raspianbox ?  copy and paste the code on kubuntu terminal ( read this if this code doesn’t work )

IFS=. read -a addr <<<"$(ifconfig | awk '/inet addr:192/{gsub(/inet addr:/,""); print $1}')";lanaddress=${addr[0]}.${addr[1]}.${addr[2]}; echo this is your lanaddress $lanaddress ;for ip in $(seq 1 254);do ping -c 1 $lanaddress.$ip>/dev/null; if [[ $? -eq 0 ]]; then echo "192.168.1.$ip UP" ;else echo "$ip DOWN"; fi;done

NOTE -X option enables the execution of X-programs that is not supported via ssh normally even because it’s very slow … but it can be useful sometimes so if you prefer you can just check ssh even without X support.

ok in my case raspberry has this ip 192.168.0.3 so it will be

ssh -X pi@192.168.0.3

it will ask for password and to entrust the connection just use the password of raspberry login .. that you would have changed

if everything work  just close the terminal raspberry has ssh enabled by default so on raspbian you should not do anything ….

MAKE SURE YOU USE FISH LIKE PROTOCOL NOW JUST WATCH SCREEN-SHOTS

step1dr

step4dr2step4drwant use dolphin to browsing your rpi ?

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