py36-scp - Scp module for paramiko

Property Value
Distribution FreeBSD 12
Repository FreeBSD Ports Quarterly amd64
Package filename py36-scp-0.13.2.txz
Package name py36-scp
Package version 0.13.2
Package release -
Package architecture amd64
Package type txz
Category python security
License LGPL21+
Download size 13.02 KB
Installed size 58.54 KB
The module uses a paramiko transport to send and recieve files via the
scp1 protocol. This is the protocol as referenced from the openssh scp program,
and has only been tested with this implementation.


Package Version Architecture Repository
py36-scp-0.13.2.txz 0.13.2 i386 FreeBSD Ports Quarterly
py36-scp-0.13.2.txz 0.13.2 amd64 FreeBSD Ports Latest
py36-scp-0.13.2.txz 0.13.2 i386 FreeBSD Ports Latest
py36-scp - - -


Name Value
py36-paramiko = 2.4.2
py36-setuptools = 40.8.0
python36 = 3.6.8_1


Type URL
Binary Package py36-scp-0.13.2.txz
Source Package security/py-scp

Install Howto

Install py36-scp txz package:

# pkg install py36-scp

See Also

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py36-serial-3.4_1.txz Serial port encapsulation library for Python
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