Rsync, Cygwin, & SSH: ntsec OR nontsec?
lapo at lapo.it
Sat Jul 24 10:19:07 GMT 2004
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> I am not using either of them right now--should I? Also, I
> heard ssh has a problem with one of these settings. Is that still the
My own CYGWIN env still contains ntsec, but now it's in by default and
should work OK in all cases, so you shouln't really need it.
SSH should be automatically ntsec-aware and behave correctly, this was
fixed a long time ago:
Have you tried to use simple "scp" to copy that files?
(not as a final solution, of course!, but just to test if the problem is
the same on that directories)
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