Comments / questions on new arrival
I will be glad to try it, I can understand that SFTP is the same as scp almost
thanks for the good work that the team makes
Hi Guys, I'm on b215 and haven't had any luck trying to connect to sftp (using WinSCP).
SSH works perfectly so do I need to install anything additionally through opkg or add any config to get sftp working?
I've got PHP working with a secondary site config'd in uhttpd so I just want to be able to dump a few files on the board to test (and be able to pull 'em off before oupgrade to b216!)!
Jarl U. Christian Persson
@Toby-Foord Was only able to connect to the onion with WinSCP in SCP mode over the wifi that the onion itself creates.
Guessing I've some ports to open if I want to access it the other way around.
@Jarl-U-Christian-Persson , you're a legend, or perhaps I'm a dimwit...
Changed mode to SCP and I'm straight in :thumbsup:
Not seeing the same issue with the wifi though. I'm connecting to it thru my own wifi network, with only :22 exposed for SSH and :4000 for a PHP app.
Never played with openWRT before and must say I'm having great fun :)
@Lazar-Demin I've b216 but didn't find how to install sftp. Any hints?
I'd also need it for sshfs.
@Johannes-Zellner It's built into the firmware. You can just access sftp directly with a FTP client that supports sftp.
# sftp firstname.lastname@example.org ash: /usr/libexec/sftp-server: not found Connection closed
apparently I had to
opkg install openssh-sftp-server
thanks -- nowI can use successfully sshfs to mount my omega.
thanks just what I wanted to run with NSF via sshfs
I couldn't do sftp without installing the server, but I want as few processes running on the omega as possible. I did find that I could use scp without issue. From the command line of my mac I just do
scp myFile.txt email@example.com /mnt/sda1
@Chris-Ward Yup. You can even create a
/etc/dropbearand add your public key to it. This will allow you to
sshto the Omega without entering the password each time.