The server runs CentOS and has installed lrzsz several times, but the input RZ command does not appear in the local window, but prints out.
waiting to receive.And a string of unintelligible characters, why?
[[email protected] ~]# yum list installed lrzsz Loaded plugins: security Repository base is listed more than once in the configuration Repository updates is listed more than once in the configuration Repository extras is listed more than once in the configuration Repository centosplus is listed more than once in the configuration Repository contrib is listed more than once in the configuration atomic | 2.2 kB 00:00 atomic/primary_db | 810 kB 00:54 base | 1.1 kB 00:00 epel | 3.6 kB 00:00 epel/primary_db | 2.5 MB 00:02 extras | 2.1 kB 00:00 updates | 1.9 kB 00:00 updates/primary_db | 609 kB 00:00 Installed Packages lrzsz.i386 0.12.20-22.1 installed [[email protected] ~]# rz �**B0100000023be50e.**B0100000023be50
RZ and SZ need your terminal support.
Terminals are the clients you use to connect to remote servers, such as XShell, SecureCRT, rxvt, putty, etc.
After downloading Le Putty, opening putty.exe, setting the server address, accessing location of rz.exe sz.exe file in SSH and Zmodem, connect to the server. In the title bar of Putty, click the right mouse button and select Zmodem Receive or Zmodem Upload to upload or download.
What tools are used?
Also, SF is not used that way. If you have questions about his answer, you can “comment” on it.
Iterm on MAC uses RZ / SZ commandMac, look at this. I’ve been using RZ before. There’s a tool like SecureCRT on Windows, okay. Mac doesn’t have such a tool, so it never works.
Set up a connection to see your IP in the network in the upper right corner of CentOS
Enter the account password. The account set when creating the virtual machine should be the root password you know.
Enter the interface and enter sudo RZ (then pop-up box, select file, confirm) and wait until it’s finished. The file will be downloaded to your current directory.