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- How to access Maple using Putty
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April 4, 2006, 2:39 pm
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and figures. I am able to acess my account,but at the moment I cam
getting the Maple command--ie. I can write new programmes,but I can't
acess files that I've already written,and I can't acess the figures
drawn by Maple.I have been told to copy the files on the command
line--what does this mean? Which command line? And I was told that
"pscp" requires syntax. What?? I'm a beginner,so can someone please
help? Thank you
Re: How to access Maple using Putty
putty is a command line ssh interface to your remote system. It does not
make the files on the remote system available to Windows. If you want to
copy over the files to your windows systems, you can do so. but putty will
not make the remote files accessible to your local copy of maple.
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