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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users ftp from unix to ibm os/390 Post 21547 by linuxpenguin on Saturday 18th of May 2002 09:47:23 AM
Old 05-18-2002
MySQL Re: ftp from unix to ibm os/390

Hi,

Some very easy tips here.

1. For the whitepapers, the best search is on google.
2. And for the scripts, you can read up the man of "netrc". It will give you a very easy way of writing a script for FTPing.

I hope this helps you

penguin
 

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