Do I really need to use PuTTY's command line?
I'd like to use WinSCP but I get permission denied. As far as I understand things so far, I guess that is because I am logged in as "bitnami". With PuTTY I can do "sudo su" to get admin privileges but I cannot do same with WinSCP.
I need to create some directories and copy some files from my desktop. Doing so in a graphical WYSIWYG is preferred but if that is not possible, I guess I'll need to find out how to use the command line in PuTTY to do it.
My WinSCP session is set as follows:
Hostname = [instance name here].bitnamiapp.com
Port = 22
Username = bitnami
Private key file = [actual path to my local .ppk file]
File protocol = SCP
(all other options set at their default values)