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Securely copies files between two machines, using ssh as the transport. Each
directory is either a remote filename of the form rname@rhost:path or a local filename.
scp doesn't preserve resource forks or metadata when copying files that contain them.
Run in batch mode; don't prompt for passwords.
Use the specified type of encryption, either blowfish, des, or 3des. (3des is the default.)
Turn on compression.
Preserves extended attributes, resource forks, and ACLs. Both ends of the connection must be running Mac OS X 10.4 or higher.
ssh configuration file.
Specify an identity file to use for authentication. The default is $HOME/.ssh/identity.
Set configuration keyword, in the same format as the SSH config file.
Preserve modification times and modes of the source files.
Select port number to connect to. Note that this is a capital -P, not a lowercase -p as in ssh.
Run in quiet mode, with no progress bar.
If any of the source files are directories, scp copies each subtree rooted at that name. The destination must be a directory.
Use the local ssh executable located at
Force use of SSH1.
Force use of SSH2.
Use only IPv4 addresses.
Use only IPv6 addresses.