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On PC A, instead of connecting to PC B by ssh, just run rsync /path/to/local/file username@PCB:/path/to/remote/destination You could also use scp instead of rsync, with similar formatting for the rest of the line, but I prefer rsync, since it's more powerful, and (I think) verifies after copying. See man rsync for more details. N.B. that the remote ...
You could use scp: When you're on PCB: scp -r your_user_name@ip_address_of_PCA:/path/to/remote/directory /path/to/local/directory
This is because windows use Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA). What it does is when there's no DHCP to assign IP address automatically the windows machine assigns itself a random IP from the range of 169.254.0.1 through 169.254.255.254. So what you can do is when you connect your Ubuntu with cable you can manually assign a random IP address from the ...
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