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    Question Whats a good SSH program for OSX ?
    Well I took the dive .. bought myself a new Apple MAC Mini with the latest OSX 10.6.6 Snow Leopard .. so now I'm in learning mode for a completely new system.

    With Windows, I always used a program called WinSCP for accessing my iPhone through openSSH .. so, now that I have a MAC .. what program do I use for this thing LOL

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    Cyberduck and terminal are the only two I use

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    Quote Originally Posted by STRAYunINFIDEL View Post
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    LOL .. when I first saw your response, I thought you were actually kidding me !!!

    Searched it up .. downloaded, installed, executed .. attached to iPhone immediately .. that worked.

    THANK YOU

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    No problem.

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    He is a quick learner

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    Yes

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    Yes .. very quick learner, have been like this all my life. Problem I have is that my last Apple computer was the old Apple //e .. when IBM came out, I have been on that ever since .. always Microsoft.

    So .. let's see if anyone can remember when the first Apple //e came out ? LOL thats how long its been since I have touched an Apple. Much more to learn, I do have a little background in Linux and Unix .. so this shouldn't be to hard to figure out

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    Yes, DiskAid and iPhone Explorer is easier than SSH, but SSH can be used over local internet unlike DiskAid and iPhone Explorer.
    Asking for help is different from being stupid. Fanboys can rot in @#$%!

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    Does anyone have a guide to SSH maybe a forum link?

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    transmit is the best ssh/ftp/ssftp client i have ever used. u can mount your device as a disk drive on your mac
    Panic - Transmit - The ultimate Mac OS X FTP + SFTP + S3 app

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