I use to work on a VM with Red Hat 5 OS and copy files from my host (Windows 10) to the VM easily.
I have newly created a VM with the Rocky Linux OS installed on it. The issue is I am not able to copy files from my host (Windows 10) to the VM (Rocky Linux)
How did you copy to RHEL 5?
I did copy from Windows host folder and while RHEL5 is running as a VM launched by VMWARE, I went on RHEL5 and pasted the folder and it worked
When I try to do the same on Rocky Linux VM launched by VMWARE in /home/Username/Documents for example the “paste” option on right-click is blank as if the clipboard was empty
Try to use winscp to copy over ssh protocol.
@shalom could you please help on how to achieve this ? I did the below.
dans la VM Rocky Linux :
ifconfig ens33 192.168.16.242 netmask 255.255.255.0
then I launched Winscp and filled the form as following :
- File protocol : SFTP
- host name : 192.168.16.242
- Port Number : 22 ( I let the default one)
- User name : root
- Password : [password]
and nothing happened…
i even tried to ping the IP 192.168.16.242 from my host (Windows 10) and it didn’t work…
Please run and command on in your VM and ipconfig/all command in your base machine and share screen shot.
It seems it is related to routing issue.
Ref: command used to list all ip address and network interface card.
command used to list all available routes in your VM.
@aembode if you check Host (windows 10) screenshot then you easily figure out that there is no interface assigned to same subnet means 192.168.16.0/24. This is the main reason your not able to connect with your VM.
Please resolve your network adapter configuration.
Looks like you are usibg to GUI.
check: vmware tool installation / vswitch / VLAN ID / network ID
check: firewall rules or disable it.
check: lsof -nPi:ssh
option #1. To install FIleZilla client on Win. host.
option #2. To use a terminal shell then use sftp command-line.
options #3. To write a script.
options #4. SAMBA