What do you mean by it’s not working? Basically those command lines are copying cardano-cli and cardano-node to /usr/local/bin/. After applying them, you won’t get any messages at all if they were successful.
After you performed the “which” command and found them in /usr/local/bin/, it seems to me that you are good to go mate.
Why do you use -i ~/.ssh/user to request a specific identity file …
… if that specific identity file does not exist? Just leave out that option from the call to ssh.
So, you have a local machine you are working on and a remote machine, where you want to install cardano-node and cardano-cli?
Of course, they both have totally different /usr/local/bin and /home folders. They are totally different computers and these folders have nothing to do with each other. You should always know exactly if you are doing something on the local machine or on the server at the moment.
In first instance: Nowhere. Nautilus will always show you your local computer. You use ssh to control the remote server on the command line.
To be honest: I just did what the guide I used stated ^^
For me this wasnt clear. These are my first steps with the ubuntu os and with setting up an ubuntu server. Thanks for the clarification.
I think what irritated me was that one of the guides I watched did a node setup on a bare-metal-server without me realizing it.
The reason for me asking about these files in the first place was that I wanted to take a look into some json files. For me setting up a testnet node is harder than setting up a mainnet node… because I need to change some lines of code … but the instructions in the CoinCashew guide arent 100% clear to me.