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Is it possible to send your programming code to remote server? Through terminal?


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How do I send my programming code to a remote server? The remote server has Matlab.

I can access the server through terminal. And I have my code written on my computer. So, how do I get my "send" .m files into the server?

I am guessing I have to somehow use terminal.
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There are numerous ways you can do this but the methods depend on what kind of access you have. For instance, if you have SSH access, you could use scp or sftp. What kind of access do you have?

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Hi, scp worked for me, how do you use sftp? I am not sure what do you mean by access. I am a user.
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The SSH File Transfer Protocol is a simple way of moving files over SSH (sort of like scp). If scp works for what you need, you probably don't need sftp.

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