How to transfer files to your Linux server?

The easiest way to transfer files to your Linux server is by using SSH/SFTP client that acts as a file browser.  To get started, please follow the steps below -

  1. Download CoreFTP on your desktop by visiting http://www.coreftp.com/download.html
  2. Once CoreFTP is setup, run the program and in the site manager fill the following fields -
    1. Site Name - Here you can enter the server IP address or hostname
    2. Host/IP/Url - Please use server IP address
    3. username - root
    4. password - please under the password for root username
    5. Port - 22
    6. Connection - SSH/SFTP
  3. Click on connect and it will provide the key for secure transfer.  Accept the key and you are not ready to browser the server directory and upload/download files.  
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