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Which is fast FTP or SSH ?

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I want to know which is fast -->

FTP or SSH ?

Is there any better alternative ?
Feb 9 '07
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anushamsc
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Hi All,
This is my first ques?
can any bady tell what is the diff b/w koen shell and bash shell and cshell?
Jul 31 '08 #21
r035198x
13,262 MVP
Hi All,
This is my first ques?
can any bady tell what is the diff b/w koen shell and bash shell and cshell?
You should start your own thread for this.
Have you Googled those terms?
Aug 5 '08 #22

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