I have a raspberry pi zero v1 and a raspberry pi model 3 B+. The second one has some testing files i want to transfer to the first one.
Right now i’m ssh’ed into both raspberry pi’s (I’ll call them rp’s for short). Rp Zero v1 doesn’t have Wi-Fi capabilities so I’m connected to the internet through the USB port in my PC, so i have accessed it via:
And I’ve accessed the second one via:
SSH pi@<ip address>
Normally i use:
Scp <file> <path in original directory> <user I want to transfer to>:<path I want to transfer to>
To copy files from my pc to an rp, but I’m not sure what the user i want to transfer to is. I have tried
Scp <file> <original path> [email protected]:<destination path>
Scp <file> <original path> pi@<ip address>:<destination path>
<ip address> is what I obtained from running the command:
On the rp zero v1.
Neither of these work and I think I may be missing some conceptual understanding of how the rp zero v1 is connected to the internet. I would appreciate some guidance to understand that as well as how to transfer files without having to first transfer something to my computer.