I recently started taking a Linux/UNIX class at the local community college.
For our first homework, we're supposed to write some things into a .txt file and then upload it o the teacher.
The class is designed to be done using the school's Linux server, connecting to it remotely using PuTTY or something like it. I already have everything done, but there's a problem... I have to have the file on my local computer in order to upload it to the teacher. But the file saved to the school's linux server.
I'm going to go install Linux on my desktop since I finally have time, just hoping I don't have to redo my homework.
NOTE: The remote server thing doesn't need to be used, it was in the case that you didn't have access to a linux system, since he warns against dual booting until you know what you're doing since a typo or 2 can apparently wipe crucial files from your primary OS, forcing a reinstall...
Thanks for any help, even if it's a "There's no way to do it"!
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