I have been doing this for quite a while now. I highly recommend you use a dedicated ssh client, and not the browser one. Using a remote file browser (Winscp for Windows, or many Linux file managers can connect without extra software) can help a lot too. Get familiar with nano for simple file edits, it saves a lot of time. Also, if you're using Google Cloud Platform, like this guide suggests, use preemptible vm to save money. It almost never preempts, and is way cheaper than a normal VM. Last tip, use screen to allow disconnecting SSH without stopping what you're doing, and nohup can be useful too.
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Originally Posted by piskor
I think its impossible to upload it to cloud service using terminal. You should have installed web browser or app for cloud you use for folder synchronization.
Maybe i'm wrong.
Use scp to download it to your linux machine.
SCP can work from computer to server as well as server to computer
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Originally Posted by nitin.chobhe
Is it like that?
Can someone elder confirm this?
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If Google cloud doesn't work out for you guys, there are MANY other VPS services. The big three are Google Cloud, AWS, and Azure. I like Azure a lot, you can try that out.