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I would not recommend dd for this task. It will copy sector by sector, raw disk data; so it will work only if the partitions are exactly the same size and layout (leading to corruption otherwise). And then you have again another almost-full partion, that you have to extend... messy. And if the source filesystem is almost full, it's probably quite fragmented, ...
you can either use some tools like clonezilla , redo backup or you can use command line tools such the command dd dd if=/dev/sdXX of=/dev/sdXX bs=4096 check this for how to dd or the command rsync rsync -av /mount-point-of-first-drive /mount-point-of-second-drive based on @Rman, for your case it's better to use rsync. Else if you want to use dd you ...
Basically, you keep using incorrect syntax (including your before edited versions of the command). scp firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/jay/sshd* ./ should work. Or this , if I have client and server backwards: scp sshd* email@example.com:/home/jay/ By the way, I much prefer to keep the original time stamp: scp -p sshd* firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/jay/
In theory, using avahi you shoud get IP auto setup. The relevant packages are: avahi-autoipd avahi-daemon samba After all of that is installed, you should be able to share a folder in the server computer and find it in the network browser in the client computer.
Followed instructions per http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2226702 as suggested by Aimar Ubuntu 14.04 now recognised the BQ Ubuntu phone and files may be transferred
Unless you have very specific needs, you could just use gMTP (it's in the repositories). It might come in handy to zip files/folders before transfer (ubuntu touch is able to unzip).
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