Linux offers several methods for sharing files between different machines, and two of such popular options are the scp and rsync

Both scp and rsync are command-line tools available in most Linux distributions

scp stands for "secure copy" and allows for secure file transfer between systems

rsync is a powerful tool for transferring and synchronising files between machines

rsync is particularly useful when you need to transfer a large number of files or when you want to keep two directories in sync

You can use scp and rsync to transfer single files or entire directories, depending on your needs

rsync supports several options for controlling the behavior of the transfer, like preserving file permissions and ownership

Both scp and rsync require that you have access to the remote host, either via SSH or another network protocol