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Obviously, your client (Windows) is running on a different machine than your server (Ubuntu). You cannot read the remote file system. Inspecting the logs only works if your client is on the same machine (or has access to the remote file system by way of some advanced trickery.) To suppress the error message remove the log file from the display. In the ...


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changing host all all 192.168.59.1/24 trust to host all all samenet trust did the trick for me. Though the difference between the two stays a secret for me.


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Its likely with the default encoding used in your Unix/Linux environment. To check which encoding is currently the default one, execute the following: $ echo $LANG en_US In this case, we can clearly see it is not an UTF-8 encoding, the one which the copy command relies on. So to fix this, we just set the LANG variable in example to the following: $ ...



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