On Sun, Jan 13, 2008 at 09:38:21AM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 
> When I ssh into a system which has different login name from the
> system I'm on I use this syntax: ssh -l  host.domain.com.   
> 
> How does one do this with SFTP on the command line?  The -l switch
> doesn't work.  The man pages on SFTP makes no mention of this.
> 
> -- Joe

The man page implies the correct use at the top:
     sftp [EMAIL PROTECTED]:dir[/]]]

So sftp [EMAIL PROTECTED] works.  Lower down in the file, it also
mentions using options, and it turns out that this works as well:
     sftp -o User=username host.example.com

Erik
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