Using scp and rync to move files

FTP is usually the best choice for transferring files to a remote computer but sometimes for a single file, scp is an alternative. Use this command.
scp xertetoolkits_3.8.zip jimmy@redmouse.xyz:/home/jimmy/transfer
Once it is in place we can unzip it:
unzip xertetoolkits_3.8.zip
It will create a directory structure but the tree will be under ~/transfer. We need to move it while preserving the file structure. The easiest way is to use rsync with the r ( recursive function)
First:
sudo mkdir /var/www/html/xerte
rsync -r ~/transfer/ /var/www/html/xerte

The command copies all the files to the new directory.
Becoming familiar with these commands is very useful when working in Linux. Don’t worry about remembering the syntax – I often google and copy. What is important is knowing which command to use.