- Accounts in Computer Science
- Application Services
- External Services
- Instructor Resources
- COSI Accounts
- Department Apps
- Network Drives for COSI Storage
- Gitlab CI/CD
- Devops for Webhomes
- Working Remotely
- Group Websites using Git, Hugo & Netlify
- Frequently Asked Questions
SFTP with Cyberduck on Apple and Windows
Cyberduck is a GUI file transfer software that can be used to copy files to remote servers using SFTP that is available for both Windows and Macintosh clients.
All modern operating system platforms now have native support for command line SFTP file copies, but most users will want a GUI client for drag and drop file copy between hosts. Windows and Apple users must use a third party application (like cyberduck or winscp), to provide file browser application - Linux users can use the native “Nautilus” file browser which supports SFTP.
SFTP using Cyberduck
Download and install cyberduck. Click the
Open Connection icon and select
SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) from the drop-down list of protocols. Click the
More Options button at the bottom of the dialog box.
Enter the server address information, your Netlink or COSI credentials.
- For web publishing to a personal webhome directory, specify the server as sftp.csc.uvic.ca (or sftp.cs.uvic.ca for COSI domain), and /public_html as the destination path for the file copy.
- For web publishing to a shared group website, specify he server as sftp.csc.uvic.ca (or sftp.cs.uvic.ca for COSI domain), and /htdocs as the destination path.
- For copying data to or from your Department Home directory, connect to one of the Department’s linux login servers as the destination server, and leave the destination path blank (it will default to your home directory).
- For copying data to or from a COSI Shared Group directory, connect to the COSI linux.cs.uvic.ca login server, and specify the destination path as /groups/cosi_
SSH-Keys with Cyberduck
If you intend to use an SSH-KEY, click the checkbox for
Use Public Key Authentication, and select your private SSH-KEY file from the file prompt dialog (if you have a passphrase on your private key, you will be prompted when you connect).
Once connected, you can drag and drop files back and forth from the Windows file explorer to the cyberduck file window.