I was trying to use scp to copy files from my Windows system to my Ubuntu server, and vice versa. As you know, when defining a path in Windows, "\" must be used instead of "/", and a "C:" at start.
Since every how-to about scp only contained linux-to-linux syntax, I used these to replace the Linux counterparts where needed. That is, I used the format "C:\FOLDER\FOLDER\FILE" for the Windows part of the arguments.
However, as I have seen, the copying of the files has been constantly failing, with the message:
"ssh: Could not resolve hostname C: No such file or directory
Any advice on what I have been doing wrong?