[LUNI] ncftpput: temporary failure in name resolution.
dmourati at cm.math.uiuc.edu
Fri Mar 11 18:24:47 CST 2005
Running scp without a password should be easy. The best guide I've seen
is at the IBM DeveloperWorks site here:
Let me know if you run into any trouble and I'll try to help you get it
On Fri, 11 Mar 2005, Richard Reina wrote:
> Thanks for the help. I decided to not use nscftp in
> this program mainly because it is not installed on
> most of the local clients. So I been messing arround
> w/ trying to get scp to work w/o prompting for a
> but it's not working.. ARGHHHH!
> --- Frank Sorenson <frank at tuxrocks.com> wrote:
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> > Richard Reina wrote:
> > | Anyone have an idea what's causing this and/or how
> > I
> > | can solve it?
> > |
> > | ncftpput -d -u richard -p whisky 192.168.0.14
> > | /home/richard file1
> > |
> > | richard: Temporary failure in name resolution.
> > | Cannot recover from miscellaneous error -105.
> > | ncfftput: cannot open richard: unknown host.
> > |
> > |
> > | I am executing this command from a local machine
> > 0.2.
> > | The same exact command works from another machine
> > on
> > | the network.
> > |
> > | Any help is greatly appreciated.
> > The "-d" flag logs debugging to the file specified
> > in the next option,
> > so you're getting output to '-u', and no '-u' flag
> > to specify that
> > richard is the username, not the host. Try
> > specifying a real file, and
> > it should work better for you:
> > ncftpput -d output -u richard -p whisky 192.168.0.14
> > /home/richard file1
> > Frank
> > - --
> > Frank Sorenson - KD7TZK
> > Systems Manager, Computer Science Department
> > Brigham Young University
> > frank at tuxrocks.com
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