How to Access Zope Instance with SSH Login/Password

To access your Zope Instance: in Windows - use WinSCP program, in Linux - use Krusader or Konsole.

1. How to Access Zope Instance in Windows

When you have the necessary SSH login/password, start working with WinSCP program:

  • Click Session drop-down menu of WinSCP and select the New Session item:
    WinSCP Menu
  • In the WinSCP Login window, which appeared after you've selected New Session, enter your host name, user name, password, and click Save button:
    WinCSP New Session
  • Save your session by clicking OK:
    Save new WinSCP Login
  • Now you have your new session listed in the text field of stored sessions and can finally login by clicking on the Login button:
    WinSCP Save Login
  • In case the program asks you to confirm your wish to log in, press Yes button to proceed.
  • Now you are connected to your Zope Instance - open data1 folder.
    Win SCP Login Home

 

2. How to Access Zope Instance in Linux

A. Krusader

When you have the necessary SSH login/password, start working with Krusader. Click New Net Connection button of Krusader toolbar, or go to Commands drop-down menu and select New Net Connection item:
new-connection

In the New Network Connection window, which appeared after you've selected New Net Connection, enter your Host name, Username, and password, then click Connect button:
new-con-window

After you have been connected, Krusader right column will display you the content of your instance. Select the folder data1
data1

B. Konsole

You can use Konsole terminal in Linux to get to your Zope instance as well. When you know your SSH login/password, open the terminal.

  • Login to your Zope instance by typing
    ssh username@website-name.com
  • enter your SSH password, press Enter and you are in
  • open data1 folder of Zope your instance
    cd data1 
  • type
    ls 
    to see what items data1 folder contains.
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